Assets of the Brunner Investment Trust.

The Brunner Investment Trust, is a very old London listed investment trust. The Brunner Investment Trust PLC was formed from the Brunner family’s
interest in the sale of Brunner Mond & Co, the largest of the four companies which came to form Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) in 1926. Today, Brunner shares are available for everyone to buy and are widely held by both private and institutional investors. It was ICI that spun off its Pharmaceuticals business, which was Zeneca plc, which is now AstraZeneca PLC.

Courtesy of Allianz Global Investors.

Total Assets £527.1m
Shares in Issue 42,692,727
Market Cap £453.6m

Top Twenty Holdings (%)

Microsoft 5.3% of the fund
UnitedHealth Group 4.2% of the fund
Visa – A Shares 3.7% of the fund
Muenchener Rueckver 3.4% of the fund
Shell 2.8% of the fund
Microchip Technology 2.6% of the fund
Schneider Electric 2.5% of the fund
Novo Nordisk 2.4% of the fund
TotalEnergies 2.3% of the fund
Taiwan Semiconductor 2.3% of the fund
AMETEK 2.2% of the fund
Roche 2.2% of the fund
YumChina 2.1% of the fund
Unilever 2.1% of the fund
Partners Group 2.0% of the fund
AIA Group 2.0% of the fund
Itochu 2.0% of the fund
Gallagher 2.0% of the fund
Assa Abloy 1.9% of the fund
DNB Bank 1.9% of the fund

Total number of holdings 61

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