Acorn Income Fund LtdAIF:LSE

1.75 / 0.47%
Close in GBXToday's changeShares traded1 year changeBeta
As of Apr 16 2014 17:15 BST.Data delayed by at least 15 minutes.

Total returns on £1000

Fund / BenchmarkChange
PriceAcorn Income Fund (Split) (Ordinary Share)+29.70%
Acorn Income Fund (Split) (Ordinary Share)+31.87%
Morningstar's BenchmarkFTSE SmallCap (ex Inv Cos)+33.07%
As of Apr 14 2014.

Acorn Income Fund Ltd summary

Shares outstanding38.40m
Market cap66.40m GBP
Total assets85.60m GBP
Total expense ratio2.61%
Day high--
Day low--
Previous close369.75
Average volume74.17k
YTD Change+1.78 %
Diluted NAV (est)368.29
Diluted NAV (last pub)372.48
Premium/Discount+0.87 %
Gearing+142.00 %
52-week range
May 31 2013
Apr 07 2014

As of last trade AIF:LSE traded at 371.50, 3.40% below its 52-week high of 384.59, set on Apr 07, 2014.


Management group(s)Premier Asset Management
AIC sectorSplit Capital Trust
Launch date11 Feb 1999
Share typeOrd Income
Base currencyGBP


To achieve income & capital growth by investing primarily in smaller UK companies.

Management & contract fees

Management fee of 0.7% p.a. of gross assets. A performance fee of 15% of any excess over a total return of 10% per annum.


Div yield3.24544
Div ex-date19 Mar 2014
Div pay-date28 Mar 2014

Managed by

John McClure Start : 05 Jan 2007
Paul Smith Start : 05 Jan 2007
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