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The Ash Park fund pursues a long only, 'Buy-and-Hold' strategy focused solely on consumer global Food, Beverage, Tobacco and Household & Personal Care companies (together, the 'Consumer Staples' sector). These companies have historically produced higher long-term returns than the market, and with lower volatility, and the sector tends to combine attractive income generation with inflation protection and growth, supported by brands and franchises which have often been built over decades, even centuries. The Ash Park fund does not measure itself against any benchmark but has the objective of beating inflation consistently, with low risk and low volatility, through the ownership of high quality Consumer Staples stocks that it believes are capable of growing their earnings and cash flows at attractive rates almost indefinitely. The Ash Park fund seeks to balance its desire to own the best quality stocks with a need to diversify its portfolio risk. However, its holdings will be concentrated (typically c.20 stocks) and it will be aiming for low turnover in order to minimise the transactional costs borne by investors. The investment objective of the Fund is to aim to deliver capital appreciation through investing in global equities over the medium-to-long term (3-5 years).