A high conviction global portfolio designed to deliver a strong and rising income and to grow capital.
Murray International Trust PLC (MYI) is an investment company with its Ordinary shares listed on the premium segment of the London Stock Exchange. The Company is an approved investment trust and aims to achieve an above average dividend yield, with long-term growth in dividends and capital ahead of inflation, by investing principally in global equities.
Why Murray International?
- Global, unconstrained portfolio diversified by geography and sector, tangibly different to our peers.
- Aiming to achieve an above average dividend yield, alongside long-term growth in dividends and capital by investing principally in global equities, through a bottom-up strategy.
- Managed by one of the most experienced global equity investment teams who have been working together for over 20 years.
- Seeking out quality companies that are well positioned to navigate an uncertain future and capitalise on opportunities to create sustainable value.
- Ability to pick the very best opportunities and ideas from across the world by tapping into the global power of abrdn.
- We get to know markets, companies, trends and innovations first hand, with more than 800 investment specialists located on-the-ground globally.
- As active managers, we’re constantly engaging, analysing and talking to companies to understand their future.
- Whilst environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) factors are not the over-riding criteria in relation to investment decisions, significant prominence is placed on ESG and climate related factors throughout our investment process.
- We believe a focus on strong corporate balance sheets, flexible investment parameters and diversified geographical exposure remains key for driving sustainable income growth in and beyond the current environment.
- Murray International aims to achieve long-term growth in dividends and capital ahead of inflation.
- With a differentiated portfolio in terms of geography and sector, we can seek opportunities in regions such as emerging markets where the pandemic debt legacy may not be as long lasting as developed markets.