Church House UK Equity Growth offers time-limited 60bps share class

Hits 20-year anniversary

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Co-manager of Church House UK Equity Growth Fred Mahon
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Co-manager of Church House UK Equity Growth Fred Mahon

Church House Investment Management is offering a new share class on its Church House UK Equity Growth fund with an annual management fee of 0.6% for a limited time period as the vehicle reaches its 20th anniversary.

Primarily investing in UK large caps but with the ability to invest in global brands and smaller UK companies, the £65m fund is a 45 to 55 holdings portfolio managed by Church House chief executive James Mahon, Fred Mahon and Rory Campbell-Lamerton. Church House: Why the retail sector is alive and well Originally launched in 2000 with 21 holdings, the fund has held six stocks throughout its entire history: Barclays, Close Brothers, Compass Group, Reed Elsevier, Prudential and Uniliver. Church House's first strategy, UK Equity Growth was originally managed on behalf of private clien...

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