Bankers Investment Trust PlcBNKR:LSE

1.50 / 0.27%
Close in GBXToday's changeShares traded1 year changeBeta
As of Apr 17 2014 16:35 BST.Data delayed by at least 15 minutes.

Total returns on £1000

Fund / BenchmarkChange
PriceBankers (Ordinary Share)+9.10 %
Bankers (Ordinary Share)+7.00 %
Morningstar's BenchmarkFTSE World+5.91 %
As of Apr 14 2014.

Bankers Investment Trust Plc summary

Shares outstanding112.11m
Market cap629.60m GBP
Total assets667.40m GBP
Total expense ratio0.47%
Day high565.00
Day low558.50
Previous close557.50
Average volume114.50k
YTD Change-4.03 %
Diluted NAV (est)566.86
Diluted NAV (last pub)565.30
Premium/Discount-1.65 %
Gearing+105.00 %
52-week range
Jun 25 2013
Jan 16 2014

On Thursday, BNKR:LSE closed at 559.00, 6.60 % below its 52-week high of 598.50, set on Jan 16, 2014.


Management group(s)Henderson Global Investors Ltd
AIC sectorGlobal Growth
Launch date--
Share typeOrdinary Share
Base currencyGBP


To maximise shareholders' total return by means of a broadly diversified international portfolio and to achieve long term asset growth and regular dividend growth.

Management & contract fees

Management fee 0.45% of net assets. Contract terminable on 6 months' notice.


Div yield2.80859
Div ex-date29 Jan 2014
Div pay-date28 Feb 2014

Managed by

Alex Crooke Start : 01 Jul 2003
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