Unicorn's UK Income positions for vaccine and Brexit boosts

Managers praise performance amid pandemic

David Brenchley
Simon Moon and Fraser Mackersie of Unicorn Asset Management

Simon Moon and Fraser Mackersie of Unicorn Asset Management

Unicorn's UK Income fund added to its holdings in financial services firms Polar Capital and Brewin Dolphin after putting a "phenomenal level" of cash into the market in March and April, as it aims to capture the trend of small and mid caps' outperformance during an economic recovery.

Few new additions came into the fund despite stockmarkets tumbling in the early part of last year, but managers Simon Moon and Fraser Mackersie were able to top up a number of existing holdings at attractive...

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