Evenlode duo reveal top global picks for growing dividend streams

Consumer goods and tech companies get support

Jayna Rana
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Ben Peters and Chris Elliott of Evenlode

Ben Peters and Chris Elliott of Evenlode

Ben Peters and Chris Elliott, co-managers of the £208m Evenlode Global Income fund, are backing companies within the consumer goods, healthcare and technology sectors as the pair said they offer the best potential for dividend growth across the globe.

The fund is the third best performer in its Investment Association Global Equity Income sector from its launch on 20 November 2017 to 11 March 2019, according to FE, largely thanks to holdings in these sectors, which are home to companies the managers said "will not rust in the yard". "We have a natural bias towards these areas, not because we are especially looking at those distinct sectors, but because the companies within them tend to have a lot of characteristics we like," said Elliott. Evenlode's Peters: How blockchain will impact your portfolio Of the 40 names currently in th...

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