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Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust PLC Ord 5P

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Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust PLC Ord 5P
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  • What is the Fund’s objective?

    The Trust is an actively managed, low cost investment trust, investing in a high conviction global portfolio of companies with the aim of maximizing its total return over the long term. The managers look for strong businesses with above-average returns and aim to achieve a greater return than the FTSE All-World Index (in sterling terms) over a five year rolling period.

    How does FE rate this fund?

    • No FE Alpha managers
    • 3
    • Not included in the AFI

    Who manages this fund?

    James Anderson Since 01-Apr-2000

    James graduated BA in History from Oxford University and after postgraduate study in Italy and Canada he gained an MA...

    Primary manager

    Tom Slater Since 01-Aug-2009

    Tom graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a BSc in Computer Science with Mathematics in 2000. He became a CFA...

    Literature & Downloads

    • No related documents are available.

  • How has this fund performed?

    Cumulative Performance chart

    FE Analytics
        3m 6m 1yr 3yrs 5yrs
    Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust PLC Ord 5P -8.6 -1.4 +8.7 +92.3 +125.8
    Global -6.5 -2.0 +4.5 +39.3 +56.5
    NAV -10.6 -6.1 +4.2 +68.3 +90.3

    Discrete Performance chart

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  • Ratios and Analysis

    How does this fund compare against other funds in Global?

    Quartile Ranking

        1y 3y
    ? Position 10 / 36 2 / 35
    ? Quartile 2 1

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    Other Rating

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    Ratio Info

        1y 3y
    ? Volatility 14.80 16.18
    ? Alpha 1.32 4.54
    ? Beta 1.66 1.64
    ? Sharpe 0.47 1.28
    ? Info Ratio 0.50 1.07
    ? R2 0.76 0.67
    ? Quartiles:1 2 3 4

    Risk Score

    FE Risk scores allow you to see how risky a fund is in comparison with the FTSE 100.

    This fund: 137
    FTSE 100: 100
    Cash: 0

    Investment Details

    Charges
    Initial 0.00%
    Annual 0.30%
    ? OCF 0.51%
    Minimum Investment?
    Initial n/a
    Additional n/a
  • Prices and Codes

    Prices

                Diluted NAV   Div yield
      Currency Bid Offer Date Prem/Disc Estimated Last Published Gearing Net Gross
    Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust PLC Ord 5P GBX 246.00 04 Sep 2015 4.62 238.96 238.96 112 1.19 1.19

    Codes

      Unit type Exchange TIDM Citicode SEDOL ISIN
    Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust PLC Ord 5P ACC London SMT BE08 BLDYK61 GB00BLDYK618
  • What does this fund invest in?

    Asset Class Breakdown (31 Jul 2015)

    Rank Asset %    
    1 North American Equities 46.00
    2 European Equities 20.20
    3 Chinese Equities 14.00
    4 UK Equities 8.10
    5 Europe ex UK Equities 5.90
    6 Indian Equities 2.10
    7 Money Market 1.70
    8 International Equities 0.90
    9 Middle East & African Equities 0.40
    10 Others 0.70

    Top Holdings (31 Jul 2015)

  • Additional Information

    Additional Information

    Legal Structure: INVT
    Nominal value: 5
    Fund Launch: 22-Feb-1988
    Savings plan: Minimum: £ 30.0 Monthly
    Last AGM: 23-Jun-2015
    Stockbroker(s): UBS
    Wind-up date: N/A
    Dividend policy:
    Settlement Details: N/A
    Exchange: London
    Issued: 1,293,023,000
    Asset Class: Equity
    Annual accounts: N/A
    Next AGM: June 2016
    Management Contract: Baillie Gifford & Co are employed by the Company as inv... More
    Continuation/Wind-up provision: N/A
    Investment Restrictions: N/A
    Tax Policy: N/A
    Fund Size: £3,169.8m / $4,832.7m (03-Sep-15)
    Market Value: £ 3232.56m
    Own ISA wrapper: YES help with ISA
    Last report / accounts: 22-May-2015
    EGM: N/A
    Borrowing limits: N/A
    Splits: N/A
    Reconstruction proposal: N/A
    News: company announcements
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  • Contact Details

    Calton Square, 1 Greenside Row, Edinburgh, EH1 3AN


    trustenquiries@bailliegifford.com

    0131 275 3955 (Fax Number)
    0800 917 2112 (Main Number)

All prices in Pence Sterling (GBX) unless otherwise specified. Price total return performance figures are calculated using closing mid prices and with net income (dividends) reinvested. NAV total return performance figures are calculated using fully diluted (where applicable) daily estimated NAV figures from Thomson Financial Datastream. Performance figures are shown in Pound Sterling (GBP). You can switch the fund’s native currency using the currency selector towards the top of this page.

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