J O Hambro Capital Management has launched a new global multi-asset fund with an income bias.
J O Hambro Capital Management has launched a new global multi-asset fund with an income bias, it announced via a press release.
The JOHCM Global Income Builder Fund, a multi-asset portfolio, will aim to provide a consistent stream of income along with long-term capital growth, the multi-asset manager said.
The fund intends to make fixed distributions to shareholders of 5% of net asset value per annum, with distributions made on a monthly basis. It will typically hold 30% - 70% in equities, with the balance invested in fixed income, commodities and cash.
The fund will be managed by JOHCM’s New York-based portfolio managers Giorgio Caputo, Robert Hordon, and Lale Topcuoglu and analysts Remy Gicquel and Hugues Le Bras.
Caputo and Hordon were most recently joined the firm from First Eagle Investment Management, where they launched the First Eagle Amundi Income Builder Fund.
The fund will be available to investors through JOHCM’s Dublin-based OEIC fund range via sterling, euro, US dollar and Singapore dollar share classes.
Overall capacity for the Global Income Builder strategy has been fixed at USD10 billion, beyond which JOHCM will take steps to limit additional inflows to protect the interests of existing investors.
J O Hambro Capital Management is an active asset manager which manages GBP31.1 billion of assets as of end 2017.
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