• Managed Portfolio Trust
  • The Trust invests in underlying investment companies providing a good level of diversification by underlying management style, geography, sector and company. It has two Portfolios; the Income Portfolio and the Growth Portfolio.

    The objective for the Income Portfolio is to provide investors with an attractive level of income, with the potential for income and capital growth. Income dividends are paid quarterly.

    The objective for the Growth portfolio is to provide investors with capital growth.

  • How to Invest

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    The value of your investments can go down as well as up, and you may not get back what you originally invested.

  • Share price (Growth)



  • Share price (Income)




  • Performance

    • Both portfolios provide exposure to global equities.
    • Thematic exposure-including biotechnology and technology, as well as "alternative" sectors such as infrastructure.
    • Income shares and Growth shares NAV total return ahead of the FTSE All-Share over the three and five years to 30 November 2016 and from launch to November 2016.
    • Company aims to maintain the share price discount to NAV at not more than 5%, if necessary, by buying back shares from time to time.
    • In the last financial year to 31 May 2016, the Income shares traded at an average premium of 0.9% to NAV and the Growth shares at an average premium of 1.2% to NAV.

    The performance objective is to achieve attractive returns over the long term by investing in portfolios of carefully selected investment companies. Over five years, the share price of both portfolios has outperformed their respective benchmarks (FTSE All-Share Index).

    Past performance is not a guide to future performance.

    What is Net Asset Value (NAV)?

    Each investment trust calculates the Net Asset Value of a share by adding up the value of all the securities owned by the trust divided by the number of outstanding shares. The NAV can be viewed as the amount of money investors would receive per share if all of the securities owned by a trust were sold and distributed to the shareholders.

    Share price

    The value of your holding is calculated using the share price. This does not always reflect the underlying value of the share portfolio held by the investment trust. Depending on supply and demand for the investment trust, it can trade at a discount or premium to net asset value.

  • Performance (Growth) as at 30.06.2018

    Managed Portfolio Trust (Growth) - performance chart

    Performance (Income) as at 30.06.2018

    Managed Portfolio Trust (Income) - performance chart

    Performance (%) as at 30.06.2018

    Cumulative performance 1 month Year to date 1 Year 3 Years 5 Years
    NAV - (Growth) 1.33 4.53 12.68 38.32 74.07
    Share price - Growth Shares 0.96 3.94 11.05 38.82 84.28
    NAV - (Income) 0.69 -1.06 4.29 27.07 49.50
    Share price - Income Shares 0.80 -0.76 2.93 28.70 51.39
    Benchmark -0.18 1.69 9.02 31.62 52.76
    Discrete annual performance 2018/2017 2017/2016 2016/2015 2015/2014 2014/2013
    NAV - (Growth) 12.68 27.76 -3.92 11.28 13.09
    Share price - Growth Shares 11.05 30.14 -3.95 11.15 19.43
    NAV - (Income) 4.29 24.17 -1.87 7.03 9.93
    Share price - Income Shares 2.93 28.78 -2.92 5.38 11.63
    Benchmark 9.02 18.12 2.21 2.60 13.12

    Source: Lipper. Basis: share price, percentage growth, bid to bid, net income reinvested expressed in Sterling. Basis in accordance to the regulations of the FCA.
    Past performance is not a guide to future performance. The cumulative performance table refers to cumulative periods ending 30.06.2018

    Note: The performance figures shown here will differ to those shown in the Key Information Document (KID) as they are based on actual past performance data. The performance information in the KID is presented on a forward-looking basis using economic models based on historical prices and volatility of the product (as prescribed by regulations).

  • NAV - Net Asset Value. This is the value of the fund's assets (e.g. investments, stocks, shares, bonds) less its liabilities (i.e. costs that need to be paid out of the value of the fund)

    Benchmark: The FTSE All-Share Index

  • Peter Hewitt

    Peter Hewitt

    Fund Manager

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