Evenlode Global Income Fund
The Evenlode Global Income Fund invests in market-leading businesses across a range of sectors including information technology, healthcare, consumer goods, media and selected professional service and industrial firms.
No matter what the industry, these companies have several traits in common; they provide value-adding goods and services for their customers, they generate high returns on invested capital and ample cash flow to fund their operations today, investment for the future and their dividend distributions to shareholders.
We use the equity market to manage corporate valuation risk and opportunity, targeting the best combination of quality and value at any given time.
About this Fund
Emphasis on sustainable real dividend growth
Focus on companies with high returns on capital and strong free cash-flow
Free cash flow and dividend streams from diverse geographies
Low portfolio turnover, long-term holding periods
Focus on larger companies
How to Invest
Evenlode funds are available through a number of channels depending on what type of investor you are.
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Awards & Ratings
Ben Peters is the co-founder of Evenlode and is the lead Fund Manager on the TB Evenlode Global Income Fund. He is also co-manager of TB Evenlode Income. He has been the investment analyst for TB Evenlode Income since the fund launched and became co-manager in December 2012.
Ben holds a doctorate from the University of Oxford and a first-class degree from University College London, both in the field of physics. He holds the Investment Management Certificate and has passed level I of the Chartered Financial Analyst programme.
Chris Elliott is a fund manager on the Evenlode Global Income strategy, which launched in 2017, and on the TB Evenlode Global Equity fund, which launched in 2020.
Chris is a fully qualified Chartered Financial Analyst and has a degree from the University of Cambridge in Mathematics and Economics. Prior to Evenlode, Chris worked as a senior software engineer.