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HICL Infrastructure PLC

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Fund Provider InfraRed Capital Partners Ltd
Fund Summary HICL UK will seek to provide investors with long-term, stable income from a portfolio of infrastructure investments that is positioned at the lower end of the risk spectrum. In addition to generating sustainable dividends, HICL UK will aim to preserve the capital value of its investment portfolio over the long term, with potential for capital growth, and provide a degree of correlation between the return1 to Shareholders and changes in inflation rates. HICL UK is targeting an IRR of 7 to 8 per cent. on the original issue price of 100 pence of HICL Guernsey™s ordinary shares in March 2006, to be achieved over the long term via active management, including the acquisition by the HICL UK Group of further investments to complement the Current Portfolio, and by the prudent use of gearing.
Fund code HICPL
Managers Harry Seekings
Manager Tenure 3 years
Morningstar Category Other
Fund Size Currently unavailable
Fund Type ETF / IT
Management Style Active
Ongoing Charge Figure (OCF) 1.12%
Cavendish ongoing charge 0.05%
FundsNetwork Service Fee 0.20%
Minimum Initial Investment £25
Minimum Top Up £25
Minimum Monthly Investment £25
Sell Price £1.6304
Buy Price £1.6377
Price Date 22nd May 2020
Yield Currently unavailable
Dividend Frequency Quarterly
ISA Eligible Yes
SIPP Eligible Yes
Inception Date 1st April 2019
Fund Status OPEN
Harry joined InfraRed in 1998 and is one of InfraRed’s partners. Harry has the day-to-day responsibility for leading the InfraRed team in relation to HICL. Harry returned to London in July 2015, almost seven years after relocating to New York to head the team responsible for originating new infrastructure investments in North America. While in New York, Harry led InfraRed’s business development activities in North America and InfraRed’s participation in public-private partnerships procurements in Canada and the USA. He originated investment opportunities and led the team that won a number of social infrastructure and transportation investments in the USA and Canada. On joining in 1998, Harry was initially a member of the project finance advisory team and then transferred to HSBC's structured capital markets team for a period of two years, with responsibility for originating and structuring financings for public-private partnerships, returning to InfraRed in 2004. Harry has over 15 years’ experience working on infrastructure financings from advisory, debt and equity perspectives. Harry holds a BA in Modern History from the University of Oxford and a Masters in Philosophy in European Studies from the University of Cambridge.

3-year Mean Monthly Return: 0.342%

Annual Returns 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010
Fund Performance +9.07% +20.69% -15.52% +11.03% +6.84% +22.52% +10.28% +14.38% +8.00% +6.06%
Benchmark Performance
Time Period Cumulative Benchmark Performance
Fund Compared to Benchmark
1 day 0.00% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable
1 week -0.72% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable
1 month 4.56% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable
3 months -5.35% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable
6 months 2.09% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable
1 year 8.38% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable
3 years 3.45% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable
5 years 6.54% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable
10 years 9.34% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable
YTD -2.13% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable
Since inception 8.59% Currently unavailable Currently unavailable

Currently unavailable

Dividend Date Per share amount Reinvestment Price
5th March 2020 0.0206 £1.7280
28th November 2019 0.0206 £1.6380
5th September 2019 0.0206 £1.6380
6th June 2019 0.0202 £1.5660
21st February 2019 0.0201 £1.6830
22nd November 2018 0.0201 £1.5900