JO Hambro re-opens UK Dynamic and Equity Income funds

Soft closed in 2019 and 2013

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Alex Savvides of J O Hambro
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Alex Savvides of J O Hambro

J O Hambro Capital Management (JOHCM) has reopened its UK Dynamic fund and UK Equity Income fund, following their soft closures in December 2019 and October 2013 respectively.

Both funds had previously only been available to existing investors, however JOHCM said that a positive outlook for UK equities meant they decided to reopen them. The JOHCM UK Dynamic fund is managed by Alex Savvides and has an AUM of £1.54bn. It aims to "profit from understanding and backing positive corporate change, particularly when it is misunderstood or under-appreciated by the stock market". It features a mixture of restructuring and recovery plays, cheap and hidden growth and other more general special situations. The JOHCM UK Equity Income fund has an AUM of £2.52bn and is ma...

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