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27 Dec 2018
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Securities Trust of Scotland plc is a closed-end investment trust. The investment objective of the Company is to achieve rising income and long-term capital growth through investment in a balanced portfolio constructed from global equities. The Company invests predominantly in global equities. The majority of the portfolio is invested in large capitalization companies and companies with market capitalizations. The Company invests approximately 15% of its gross assets in limited investment companies (including the United Kingdom listed investment trusts). It invests over 10% of the total portfolio in collective investment schemes, of which no holding can exceed 10% of the value of the collective investment scheme. Its investment portfolio includes financials, industrials, consumer goods, healthcare, consumer services, telecommunications, oil and gas, utilities, basic materials and technology. The Company's investment manager is Martin Currie Investment Management Limited.
BRIEF: For the six months ended 30 September 2018, Securities Trust of Scotland plc revenues increased from £4.5M to £21.6M. Net income increased from £2.9M to £20M. Revenues reflect Movement in unrealised gains/ (losses) increase from -£7.7M to £12.5M, Overseas - equities increase of 8% to £4M, UK - equities increase of 5% to £787K. Dividend per share remained flat at £0.03.
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Fund Provider Factsheet
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Key Information Document
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A report published by the Fund Management Group detailing the progress of the fund during the course of the previous 12 months. The information provided includes a financial statement for the group as a whole.
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Semi Annual Report
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has managed this fund for 2 years and 7 months.
Mark joined Martin Currie as Head of Income in November 2015. He manages the Securities Trust of Scotland, an investment trust with a global equity-income remit, and co-manages the Martin Currie Global Equity Income strategy. Previously, Mark worked at Sarasin & Partners where he constructed and managed a range of income, balanced, growth, and absolute return portfolios; he became lead manager for its thematic funds in the Global Dividend range in 2007, and latterly was appointed Head of Equity Income from 2010. Before Sarasin & Partners, he was a portfolio manager at stockbroker Capel Cure Sharp. Mark started his investment career at NatWest Stockbrokers in 1998 and is a member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI).
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