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TB Amati UK Smaller Companies

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Asset Group Asset Sub-Group Investment Category
Equities UK smaller companies Smaller company

Selection rationale:
Paul Jourdan has led this fund since 2000 and was joined by David Stevenson in 2012 and Anna Wilson in 2018. The trio look for poorly researched companies that may offer good opportunities at attractive share prices and run a portfolio of 70 companies.

Amati Global Investors, the smaller companies specialist behind the fund, says that having three managers makes their decision-making agile enough to respond to opportunities, but also considered enough to allow each recommendation to be subject to stringent peer review.

The team seeks management teams with a track record of success, and companies that have a high level of intellectual property and the ability to commercialise it. They avoid businesses with no clear competitive advantage and those where there are already larger rivals dominating the market in which they are operating.

Their aim is to provide a fund for all seasons. In order to do so, the team favours companies they can back over the long term. While they can invest only in listed businesses, the managers keep an eye on promising private companies that could float in the future.

September 2020

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News and analysis

25 March

Coronavirus ii Super 60 update: TB Amati UK Smaller Companies

interactive investor's analysts bring you an urgent update on this ii Super 60 rated fund.

by Teodor Dilov

Amati UK Small Cap fund: Brexit, elections, liquidity & AIM

Fund manager Paul Jourdan explains why his ii Super 60 small-cap fund has outperformed, whether it can continue, and how Brexit might affect his approach. Paul also reveals how also running an AIM VCT has been a great help and what he thinks about liquidity and the regulator’s approach to open-ended funds investing in unquoted assets.

Amati UK Small Cap fund: Wall of money, bank stocks, growth vs value

Find out what ii Super 60 fund manager Paul Jourdan thinks of the growth versus value argument, why over 9% of his portfolio is currently in cash, and whether a ‘wall of money’ will deliver a massive boost to stocks once Brexit is resolved. Lee Wild, interactive investor’s head of equity strategy, also asks Paul about the banking sector, best stock ideas and where private investors should put their money now.

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