About John Laing
John Laing is an operator of privately financed, public sector infrastructure projects. The company focuses on major transport, social, and environmental infrastructure projects awarded under governmental public-private partnership (PPP) programs, and renewable energy projects, across a range of international markets. The company was founded in 1848 and is based in London, England.
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Jan 12, 2023
01/12/2023 | 04:20am EST Message : Investment Objective shareholder returns, predominantly in the form of capital growth, by investing in businesses and opportunities that are demonstrably delivering or benefiting significantly, from the efficient use of energy and resources, irrespective of their size, Fast Facts investment strategy, the Company uses RPI+3% as its primary long term financial AIC Sector Company also uses a range of specialist, sectoral and peer group benchmarks to Launch Date Company): Portfolio Management Fee 1.25% Ten Largest Holdings as at 31 December 2022 (%) p/a on first £100m of AUM, 1.0% thereafter; AIFM Fee 0.225% p/a up to £100m, 0.20% p/a thereafter up to £500m, 0.175% in excess of £500m John Laing Group ** Total Net Assets (£m) **investment made through Aqueduct Co-Invest LP Menhaden Resource Efficiency Plc conducts its affairs so that its shares can be recommended by independent financial advisers ("IFAs") to retail private investors. The shares are excluded from the Financial Conduct Authority's ("FCA's") restrictions which apply to non-mainstream investment products because they are shares in a UK-listed investment trust. Asset Allocation Breakdown as at 31 December 2022 (%) Asset Market Capitalisation (£m) Calculated as borrowings / by Net Assets Calculated as exposures (as defined in the AIFMD) / Net Assets. The Gross method takes the absolute exposure of all instruments, including hedging arrangements, whilst the commitment method takes the net exposure. The Board has set a maximum leverage level of 200% under the gross method and the commitment method. menhaden.com Geographical Breakdown as at 31 December 2022 (%) Codes Source: All portfolio information sourced from Frostrow Capital LLP. Geographic classification driven portfolio consisting primarily of direct based on location of primary economic activity listed and unlisted holdings across different asset external funds, in a portfolio that is Standardised Discrete Performance (%) of listed equities and private equity investments. The flexibility to invest across Percentage a portfolio Share Price investment Past performance is not a guide to future performance. The value of investments and the 30 positions. income from them may fall as well as rise and is not guaranteed. An investor may receive back less than the original amount invested. The portfolio will be predominantly focused on investments in developed markets, Source: Morningstar/Frostrow. ^ RPI +3%, and the data is quoted on a month lag. attractive risk and reward profile are available in emerging markets then these may also be pursued. While many of the Commentary headquartered in the UK, USA or Europe, it During December, the Company's net asset value ('NAV') per share was down 6.2%, the should reporting currency may not reflect their Our public equities portfolio declined 8.2% over the month, detracting 6.2% from our NAV. actual geographic or currency exposures. Subject to any applicable investment restrictions contained in the Listing Rules The S&P 500 fell 5.8% in US dollars during the month and our listed equity holdings suffered. from time to time, the Company will not Microsoft fell approximately in line with the market, detracting 0.8% from our NAV. Canadian make an investment if it would cause a National's and Canadian Pacific's share prices decreased 7.5% and 8.9% in US dollars, breach of any of the following limits at the detracting 0.6% and 1.0% from our NAV respectively. point of investment: 1) no more than 20% of the Company's gross assets may be Alphabet and Amazon performed significantly worse, with their share prices falling 12.7% invested, single entity; and, 2) no more than 20% of companies continue to suffer from the slowdowns in digital advertising and ecommerce but the invested in a single external fund. Within our private portfolio, we received a $2.4m distribution from Spanish solar developer, X-Elio. The position now represents 9.2% of our NAV. menhaden.com Risk Warnings This document is for information purposes only and does not constitute an offer or invitation to purchase shares in the Company and has not been prepared in connection with any such offer or invitation. Before investing in the Company, or any other investment product, you should satisfy yourself as to its suitability and the risks involved, and you may wish to consult a financial adviser. Any return you receive depends on future market performance and is uncertain. The Company does not seek any protection from future market performance so you could lose some or all of your investment. Shares of the Company are bought and sold on the London Stock Exchange. The price you pay or receive, like other listed shares, is determined by supply and demand and may be at a discount or premium to the underlying net asset value of the Company. Usually, at any given time, the price you pay for a share will be higher than the price you could sell it. For further information on the principal risks the Company is exposed to please refer to the Company's Annual Report or Investor Disclosure Document available at www.menhaden.com . The Company currently deploys leverage using currency forwards. These are designed to partially protect/hedge the NAV from unfavourable movements in foreign exchange rates by reducing the Company's exposure to foreign currencies. The Company can borrow but does not currently. Important Information Menhaden Resource Efficiency Plc (the Company) is a public limited company whose shares are premium listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and is registered with HMRC as an investment trust. The Company has an indeterminate life although shareholders consider and vote on the continuation of the Company every five years (the next such vote will be held in 2025). The Company may, but does not currently, borrow to purchase investments. Borrowing could potentially magnify any gains or losses made by the Company. How to Contact Us
John Laing Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was John Laing founded?
John Laing was founded in 1848.
Where is John Laing's headquarters?
John Laing's headquarters is located at 1 Kingsway, London.
What is John Laing's latest funding round?
John Laing's latest funding round is Acq - Pending.
Who are the investors of John Laing?
Investors of John Laing include KKR and Henderson Equity Partners.
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