JOHCM Global Select Fund

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Fund Description

Fund managers Christopher Lees and Nudgem Richyal believe stock markets are inefficient and aim to exploit market anomalies via an investment process that combines both top-down and bottom-up research. Their distinct “4-Dimensional” investment process (stocks, sectors, countries, time/change) focuses on the behaviour of each share price to determine whether the most important driver of each prospective investment is stock specific, sector or country-based. The Fund invests in both developed and emerging markets, with the fund managers frequently drawing upon the stocks ideas generated by our regional equity teams. 

  • Christopher and Nudgem have a growth at a reasonable price (GARP) investment philosophy, which is sometimes described as core with a growth bias. They aim for consistency of returns, by exploiting multiple market anomalies/inefficiencies.
  • Growth and value disciplines are combined to help avoid the volatility that can occur in a single-style strategy, therefore to obtain better risk-adjusted returns over the medium and long term
  • Mean reversion and trend are proven predictors of risk and return
  • They look for stocks, sectors and countries that have displayed long term underperformance (3 to 5 years) followed by short term outperformance (6 to 12 months).
  • They believe that markets are not efficient and correlations/betas change over time. They have a four-dimensional investment process (stocks, sectors, countries, time/change), with factors weighted to what actually drives each share price.
Reasons To Invest
  • More and more investors realise that “uncorrelated alpha” is more effective to obtain by combining different managers, rather than different asset classes
  • As a high alpha, benchmark-unconstrained fund, this is a good satellite to a core of index funds
  • Clients with a home country bias will probably find that the Fund improves their risk/reward metrics
  • Christopher and Nudgem’s GARP style, all capitalisation portfolio, active sector and country allocations, are useful to clients without the resources to dedicate to growth/value, large cap/small cap, sector/geography decisions
  • Christopher Lees

    Senior Fund Manager

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  • Nudgem Richyal

    Senior Fund Manager

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  • Jack Firth

    Analyst

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This is a marketing communication.

Information on the rights of investors can be found here.

The registrations of the funds described in this communication may be terminated by JOHCM at its discretion from time to time. The investment promoted concerns the acquisition of shares in a fund and not the underlying assets. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. The value of an investment and the income from it can fall as well as rise as a result of market and currency fluctuations and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Investing in companies in emerging markets involves higher risk than investing in established economies or securities markets. Emerging Markets may have less stable legal and political systems, which could affect the safe-keeping or value of assets. Investments may include shares in small-cap companies and these tend to be traded less frequently and in lower volumes than larger companies making them potentially less liquid and more volatile.

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JOHCM Global Select Shariah Fund

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Investment Objective

The JOHCM Global Select Fund aims to achieve its objective by investing in a portfolio of global equity securities listed on any Recognised Market. Under normal market environments it is the intention to be near-fully invested, and at no time will less than 80% of the Fund’s total net assets be invested in such securities. The benchmark of the Fund is the MSCI ACWI Index but the Fund will be managed on an ‘unconstrained basis’ with no restrictions in terms of regional or sector allocation versus this benchmark.

Fund details

Data as at 30 April 2024
Fund size USD 1.47bn
Strategy size USD 3.51bn (as at 31 December 2023)
Benchmark MSCI ACWI NR Index (net dividends reinvested)
Domicile Ireland
Denomination GBP, EUR
Share classes

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Unit type Distribution
Valuation point Daily (12pm, UK time)
Dealing frequency Daily 9-5pm

Fund ratings and awards

Data as at 30 April 2024

For our latest fund ratings and awards, please view our latest factsheet here

Fees and charges

Initial charge Up to 5%
Performance fee

Please review the latest factsheet for more information our fees and charges here

Administration

Status UCITS
Investment manager J O Hambro Capital Management Limited
Transfer agent and registrar Northern Trust International Fund Administration Services (Ireland) Limited
Depositary Northern Trust Fiduciary Services (Ireland) Limited

This is a marketing communication.

Information on the rights of investors can be found here.

The registrations of the funds described in this communication may be terminated by JOHCM at its discretion from time to time. The investment promoted concerns the acquisition of shares in a fund and not the underlying assets. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. The value of an investment and the income from it can fall as well as rise as a result of market and currency fluctuations and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Investing in companies in emerging markets involves higher risk than investing in established economies or securities markets. Emerging Markets may have less stable legal and political systems, which could affect the safe-keeping or value of assets. Investments may include shares in small-cap companies and these tend to be traded less frequently and in lower volumes than larger companies making them potentially less liquid and more volatile.

Strategy Highlights

As at 30 April 2024

After a strong first quarter, global equities and our relative performance both experienced a reversal of fortune with a momentum sell-off in April. The market rotated from a ‘Goldilocks’ regime into a ‘Reflation’ regime as inflation data disappointed investor expectations. This caused a significant re-evaluation by the market from its previous expectations for interest rate cuts to new expectations of ‘higher for longer’ for both inflation and interest rates. Our best performing stocks were NEC Corp, Fortescue and Novo Nordisk due to positive earnings. Our worst performing stocks were Tenaris, B3 and Chart Industries, and they are currently under review.

Sector and Factor and Regional Performance:

  • Defensive sectors and the Value factor significantly outperformed the Growth and Momentum factors, which was the main reason for our underperformance and negative stock selection.  
  • In the momentum/trend reversal, The US market experienced a decline, with US large-cap stocks lagging compared to their international counterparts in Europe and China.  
  • In Japan, profit-taking impacted our holdings, which was probably caused by the significant currency volatility. 

Our scenario analysis and outlook is 80% bullish and 20% bearish. After the April momentum sell-off, we would not be surprised by a period of zig-zag followed by a rebound in some old trends and the emergence of some new trends.

  • Scenario 1 = 10% probability that US Magnificent Seven leadership continues. The Magnificent 7 is now down to the Magnificent 4, as Tesla and Apple earnings disappointed, and Meta’s earnings outlook is now being questioned by the market.
  • Scenario 2 = 70% probability of broadening bull market. Inflation & interest rates stabilising and China (the world’s second largest economy) stabilising are catalysts for this positive outcome.
  • Scenario 3 = 20% probability of zig-zag or bear market. Resurgent inflation and interest rates rising, or geopolitics/Middle-East escalating are catalysts for this negative outcome, as seen in April 2024.

 Our top-down scorecard shows several important changes. 

  • The technology sector still has good fundamentals but has become significantly overvalued with a weakening relative price trend.
  • Some commodity/cyclical sectors like materials and industrials are beginning to improve, driven mostly by relative price trends as the market begins to anticipate improving earnings. 
  • Within the traditional low-beta defensive sectors, the success of the new anti-obesity drugs is becoming bad news for both the healthcare sector (fewer co-morbidities) and consumer staples sector (less food & beverage consumption).

What’s next?

  • Lead indicators are improving; the global industrial/manufacturing/commodity recession looks like it is ending, so we expect a broadening Bull market with better performance from the more cyclical stocks/sectors/regions.
  • Our base case is for steady economic growth and steady interest rates, with most equity markets recovering from their April momentum sell-off. 
  • We will buy the dips in our favourite existing holdings, weed out any fundamental losers, and add some new stocks in new themes/sectors. 

Buy the dips in several of our existing high conviction themes and stocks, such as:

  • Semiconductors and AI.
  • Biotechnology and anti-obesity drugs.
  • Japanese equities, but wait for the Yen’s exceptional volatile and weakness to subside.

Buy new stocks in new high conviction themes and sectors where relative earnings and price trends are positively breaking out after several years of underperformance, such as:

  • Copper and other commodities where demand structurally outstrips supply.
  • Industrials benefiting from the Cold War 2.0 structural increase in global/regional capex.

This is a marketing communication.

Information on the rights of investors can be found here.

The registrations of the funds described in this communication may be terminated by JOHCM at its discretion from time to time. The investment promoted concerns the acquisition of shares in a fund and not the underlying assets. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. The value of an investment and the income from it can fall as well as rise as a result of market and currency fluctuations and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Investing in companies in emerging markets involves higher risk than investing in established economies or securities markets. Emerging Markets may have less stable legal and political systems, which could affect the safe-keeping or value of assets. Investments may include shares in small-cap companies and these tend to be traded less frequently and in lower volumes than larger companies making them potentially less liquid and more volatile.

This is a marketing communication.

Information on the rights of investors can be found here.

The registrations of the funds described in this communication may be terminated by JOHCM at its discretion from time to time. The investment promoted concerns the acquisition of shares in a fund and not the underlying assets. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. The value of an investment and the income from it can fall as well as rise as a result of market and currency fluctuations and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Investing in companies in emerging markets involves higher risk than investing in established economies or securities markets. Emerging Markets may have less stable legal and political systems, which could affect the safe-keeping or value of assets. Investments may include shares in small-cap companies and these tend to be traded less frequently and in lower volumes than larger companies making them potentially less liquid and more volatile.

Percentage growth of the fund versus benchmark

Data as at 30 April 2024
A GBP share class, since launch (30 September 2008)

Return history (%)

Data as at 30 April 2024

Standardised Performance


Mar 19 - Mar 20 Mar 20 - Mar 21 Mar 21 - Mar 22 Mar 22 - Mar 23 Mar 23 - Mar 24
Fund -8.53% 64.11% 1.92% -20.88% 21.45%

Monthly returns (%)

Data as at 30 April 2024
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Annual Since inception
Fund 2012 3.40 3.48 -1.78 1.14 0.28 6.60
Benchmark 2012 1.91 3.99 -0.89 1.07 1.36 7.60
Fund 2013 6.31 1.15 2.54 1.71 2.94 -3.27 5.15 -0.40 5.81 3.58 3.24 3.78 37.35
Benchmark 2013 5.57 -0.10 1.78 2.43 1.05 -3.45 4.46 -1.72 4.99 4.02 1.21 1.45 23.49
Fund 2014 -1.44 6.41 -4.45 -1.23 5.34 3.16 -0.57 1.80 -0.82 -2.10 3.05 -1.45 7.35
Benchmark 2014 -3.70 4.47 0.26 1.13 2.37 1.78 0.15 0.76 -2.97 0.10 2.40 -1.45 5.12
Fund 2015 0.96 6.78 0.06 0.24 2.37 -6.24 0.80 -7.52 -9.85 7.56 -1.36 0.21 -7.29
Benchmark 2015 -1.36 4.74 -1.19 3.10 -0.07 -2.94 0.56 -6.20 -5.09 9.15 -0.71 -1.47 -2.40
Fund 2016 -6.90 2.00 3.92 1.47 -1.17 0.91 4.98 0.33 0.46 -1.89 -2.06 -1.16 0.35
Benchmark 2016 -8.08 1.09 7.33 1.71 -0.02 -1.67 4.74 1.12 -0.47 -0.94 1.05 2.00 7.33
Fund 2017 5.91 0.06 1.36 -0.13 1.22 0.76 3.90 0.97 1.68 2.89 0.40 3.59 24.90
Benchmark 2017 2.59 2.94 1.12 1.77 2.07 0.52 2.67 -0.11 2.13 2.28 1.60 2.28 24.12
Fund 2018 6.50 -0.52 -2.81 2.09 2.67 -2.24 0.57 -0.26 -0.88 -7.98 1.71 -6.11 -7.82
Benchmark 2018 5.41 -3.53 -3.67 2.27 0.25 -1.26 2.98 1.08 0.32 -8.14 1.76 -7.07 -10.05
Fund 2019 8.13 4.04 1.43 1.89 -4.01 6.11 1.77 -2.33 -0.81 1.08 2.53 1.93 23.31
Benchmark 2019 7.88 3.42 0.57 3.78 -5.35 5.49 1.32 -2.96 1.79 3.29 2.52 3.06 26.99
Fund 2020 0.85 -7.31 -9.45 12.39 6.33 2.16 8.27 3.30 -1.18 -0.51 11.28 4.49 32.10
Benchmark 2020 0.13 -8.52 -13.52 11.14 3.21 2.36 6.23 6.08 -3.73 -0.87 11.90 3.87 16.24
Fund 2021 2.39 1.94 0.74 5.80 -1.25 3.14 0.88 3.38 -4.10 6.00 1.04 1.85 23.59
Benchmark 2021 1.08 1.25 2.07 5.30 0.79 1.53 1.11 2.16 -3.68 4.49 -1.01 2.62 18.86
Fund 2022 -14.30 -1.56 2.78 -10.35 0.38 -11.12 4.89 -4.62 -9.17 2.69 4.96 -0.70 -32.55
Benchmark 2022 -6.43 -1.31 3.48 -6.83 -1.70 -8.48 5.58 -2.37 -9.29 5.68 5.35 -1.85 -18.16
Fund 2023 4.28 -2.92 0.48 -1.34 -1.14 3.42 3.74 -2.82 -3.62 -4.47 10.04 5.76 10.84
Benchmark 2023 5.59 -1.55 1.87 1.62 0.27 4.25 4.45 -2.47 -3.96 -3.54 9.10 5.35 22.01
Fund 2024 2.78 7.39 0.97 -4.10 6.88 170.80
Benchmark 2024 1.36 2.96 3.46 -2.03 5.77 202.67

Source and notes

JOHCM/MSCI/Bloomberg/Lipper.
Data shown net of fees, net income reinvested. Performance of other share classes may vary and is available on request. Please note that all fund performance is shown against the MSCI ACWI NR Index (net dividends reinvested) in GBP. Where shown, monthly returns table shows compounded discrete monthly performance. During the period 1 August 2012 to 19 March 2013 the performance record is based on the pre-existing share class that had a higher management fee.

This is a marketing communication.

Information on the rights of investors can be found here.

The registrations of the funds described in this communication may be terminated by JOHCM at its discretion from time to time. The investment promoted concerns the acquisition of shares in a fund and not the underlying assets. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. The value of an investment and the income from it can fall as well as rise as a result of market and currency fluctuations and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Investing in companies in emerging markets involves higher risk than investing in established economies or securities markets. Emerging Markets may have less stable legal and political systems, which could affect the safe-keeping or value of assets. Investments may include shares in small-cap companies and these tend to be traded less frequently and in lower volumes than larger companies making them potentially less liquid and more volatile.

Fund statistics

Data as at 30 April 2024
Fund size GBP 1.17bn
Number of holdings 41

Top 10 holdings and active weights

Data as at 30 April 2024
Top 10 holdings
Microsoft 3.17%
Alphabet 3.06%
Amazon.com 2.76%
BROADCOM 2.73%
Compass 2.60%
NEC 2.58%
Antofagasta 2.57%
CRH 2.57%
SONY GROUP CORP 2.56%
ZEALAND PHARMA 2.54%
Top 10 active weights
Antofagasta +2.56%
NEC +2.55%
ZEALAND PHARMA +2.54%
NU Holdings +2.54%
Compass +2.53%
DYNATRACE +2.51%
CRH +2.49%
BANK MANDIRI +2.47%
Recruit Holdings +2.45%
PTC +2.45%

Sector breakdown

Data as at 30 April 2024
Portfolio Benchmark Relative
Information Technology 31.83% 23.17% 8.66%
Financials 18.90% 16.13% 2.77%
Health Care 14.29% 11.10% 3.19%
Materials 12.06% 4.28% 7.77%
Consumer Discretionary 10.17% 10.84% -0.67%
Industrials 7.12% 10.85% -3.73%
Communication Services 3.06% 7.69% -4.63%
Energy 2.16% 4.74% -2.57%
Consumer Staples 0.00% 6.56% -6.56%
Real Estate 0.00% 2.07% -2.07%
Utilities 0.00% 2.58% -2.58%
Cash 0.42% 0.00% 0.42%

Market cap breakdown

Data as at 30 April 2024
Portfolio Benchmark Relative
Large Cap 86.32% 95.04% -8.72%
Medium Cap 13.27% 4.96% 8.31%
Small Cap 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
Cash 0.42% 0.00% 0.42%

This is a marketing communication.

Information on the rights of investors can be found here.

The registrations of the funds described in this communication may be terminated by JOHCM at its discretion from time to time. The investment promoted concerns the acquisition of shares in a fund and not the underlying assets. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. The value of an investment and the income from it can fall as well as rise as a result of market and currency fluctuations and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Investing in companies in emerging markets involves higher risk than investing in established economies or securities markets. Emerging Markets may have less stable legal and political systems, which could affect the safe-keeping or value of assets. Investments may include shares in small-cap companies and these tend to be traded less frequently and in lower volumes than larger companies making them potentially less liquid and more volatile.

Fund Group

Fund

As at noon Share class Currency Domicile ISIN number NAV per share Change   KIID
Global Equities JOHCM Global Select Fund 12/06/2024 A EUR EUR Ireland IE00B3DBRP41 4.37 -0.015
Global Equities JOHCM Global Select Fund 12/06/2024 A GBP GBP Ireland IE00B3DBRN27 4.577 -0.014
Global Equities JOHCM Global Select Fund 12/06/2024 A USD USD Ireland IE00B3T31Z22 2.408 -0.005
Global Equities JOHCM Global Select Fund 12/06/2024 B EUR EUR Ireland IE00B3DBRM10 4.19 -0.015
Global Equities JOHCM Global Select Fund 12/06/2024 B GBP GBP Ireland IE00B3DBRL03 4.367 -0.014
Global Equities JOHCM Global Select Fund 12/06/2024 B USD USD Ireland IE00B5L7L670 2.721 -0.004
Global Equities JOHCM Global Select Fund Non-Distributing EUR Ireland IE00BVXCD772
Global Equities JOHCM Global Select Fund Z - Class EUR Ireland IE00B3DBRQ57
Global Equities JOHCM Global Select Fund 12/06/2024 Z - Class GBP GBP Ireland IE00B3DCMB82 3.312 -0.011
Global Equities JOHCM Global Select Fund Z - Class USD Ireland IE00B4V7J004

Dividend Rates

Funds paying quarterly dividends

JOHCM UK Equity Income Fund

Share class Q4 21 Q1 22 Q2 22 Q3 22 Q4 22 Q1 23 Q2 23 Q3 23
A distributing GBP 1.2881 1.9828 3.4453 3.1410 1.8309 2.1053 3.2723 3.4292
A accumulating GBP 2.8152 4.3509 7.6541 7.1149 4.2268 4.9097 7.7197 8.2427
B distributing GBP  1.1897 1.8271 3.1746 2.8895 1.6822 1.9315 3.0000 3.1395
B accumulating GBP 2.6020 4.0228 7.0604 6.5526 3.8884 4.5096 7.0851 7.5529
Y distributing GBP 0.8697 1.3383 2.3274 2.1211 1.2376 1.4237 2.2134 2.3200
Y accumulating GBP 1.1364 1.7602 3.0924 2.8757 1.7088 1.9315 3.1230 3.3359

Dividends are quoted and paid in pence per share

Distribution of income occur on or before: 31 May, 31 August, 30 November and 28 February

The quarterly table above shows the last two years net dividends (on an accounting rather than a paid basis) for this fund. If you require the dividends for previous time periods, please contact Northern Trust directly on 0333 300 0359 or by email JOH_Onshore_TAQueries@ntrs.com.
 

Funds paying semi-annual dividends

Distribution of income occur on or before: 31 August and 28 February

JOHCM UK Dynamic Fund (Onshore)

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A - distributing GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share 4.7348
A - accumulating GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share  7.2848
B - distributing GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share  4.2666
B - accumulating GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share 8.0119
Y - distributing GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share 2.9766
Y - accumulating GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share 4.2119
X - distributing GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share 2.4775
X - accummulating GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share 2.8519
M - distributing GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share 0.6975
M - accumulating GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share 0.6975
K - distributing GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share 0.6130
K - accumulating  GBP 31 Aug 2023 pence per share 0.6128


JOHCM Global Select Shariah Fund 

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in  Dividend rate
A USD 31 Aug 2023 pence per share 0.3187

Funds paying annual dividends

Distribution of income occur on or before 28 February


JOHCM Asia ex Japan Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 0.0000
A EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0000
A USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0000
B GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 0.0000
B EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0000
B USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0000
Z GBP 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 1.2559
Z USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0088

JOHCM Asia ex Japan Small and Mid Cap Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 0.0000
A EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0000
A USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0000
B GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 0.0000
B EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0000
B USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0000
Z GBP 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0000


JOHCM Continental European Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 10.0915
A EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 7.9953
A - hedge GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 2.9851
B GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 7.7618
B EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 6.4068
B - hedge USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 1.1526
Y GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 3.7378
Y - hedge GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 3.2781
Y EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 3.0566

JOHCM European Select Values Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in  Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 4.8151
A EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 2.6779
B GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 2.0318
B EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.8256
Y EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.8964


JOHCM Global Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 3.9725
A EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 3.7874
A USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 2.7065
B GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 3.5330
B EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 3.4128
B USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 3.0881
Y GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 4.9039
Y USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 2.8124
Z GBP 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 7.3245

JOHCM Global Opportunities Fund (offshore)

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 4.4298
A EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 4.1956
A USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 3.3076
B EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 3.8301
B USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 3.1239
A - hedged EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 1.6538
X GBP 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 3.7875
Z GBP 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 1.7774
X - hedged GBP 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 2.1090
X EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 1.9147

JOHCM Global Select Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in  Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 2.5774
A EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 2.0747
A USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 1.0629
B GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 0.0000
B EUR 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0000
B USD 28 Feb 2023 cents per share 0.0000
Z GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 4.2279


JOHCM UK Growth Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 4.6405
B GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 2.4239
X GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 2.5898

JOHCM UK Opportunities Fund

Share class Currency Pay date Dividend paid in Dividend rate
A - distributing GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 6.1160
A - accumulating GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 9.5564
B - distributing GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 5.7397
B - accumulating GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 8.8440
Y - accumulating GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 5.3515
Y - distributing GBP 28 Feb 2023 pence per share 4.1220

 

Net dividends quoted in the local share class currency.

If you would like more information, please contact Northern Trust directly on 0333 300 0359 or by email JOH_Onshore_TAQueries@ntrs.com. Email us at oeicdealing@johcm.co.uk.

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This is a marketing communication.

Information on the rights of investors can be found here.

The registrations of the funds described in this communication may be terminated by JOHCM at its discretion from time to time. The investment promoted concerns the acquisition of shares in a fund and not the underlying assets. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. The value of an investment and the income from it can fall as well as rise as a result of market and currency fluctuations and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Investing in companies in emerging markets involves higher risk than investing in established economies or securities markets. Emerging Markets may have less stable legal and political systems, which could affect the safe-keeping or value of assets. Investments may include shares in small-cap companies and these tend to be traded less frequently and in lower volumes than larger companies making them potentially less liquid and more volatile.

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This webpage is designed to provide the reader with information about the J O Hambro Capital Management Global Select Fund (“Fund”) in relation to the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation or “SFDR” as referred to throughout this disclosure. JOHCM Funds (Ireland) Limited, the Fund’s Manager, has categorised the Fund as meeting the provisions set out in Article 8 of the SFDR. 

The information is required by law and does not form part of the Fund’s marketing materials. Its purpose is to help the reader understand the sustainability objective of this Fund. The reader is advised to read it in conjunction with the Fund’s prospectus that can be found here.

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