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Impax Environmental Markets plc (IEM) Ordinary 10p

Sell:354.50p Buy:357.50p 0 Change: 4.50p (1.27%)
FTSE 250:0.51%
Market closed Prices as at close on 12 August 2020 Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes | Switch to live prices |
Change: 4.50p (1.27%)
Market closed Prices as at close on 12 August 2020 Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes | Switch to live prices |
Change: 4.50p (1.27%)
Market closed Prices as at close on 12 August 2020 Prices delayed by at least 15 minutes | Switch to live prices |
The selling price currently displayed is higher than the buying price. This can occur temporarily for a variety of reasons; shortly before the market opens, after the market closes or because of extraordinary price volatility during the trading day.


To enable investors to benefit from growth in the markets for cleaner or more efficient delivery of basic services of energy, water and waste. Investments are made predominantly in quoted companies which provide, utilise, implement or advise upon technology-based systems, products or services in environmental markets, particularly those of alternative energy and energy efficiency, water treatment and pollution control, and waste technology and resource management.
Security Weight
PTC Inc 2.80%
Rayonier Inc 2.77%
Clean Harbors Inc 2.74%
DSM NV EUR1.50 2.54%
Generac Holdings Inc 2.49%
American Water Works Co Inc 2.49%
Trimble Inc 2.32%
Spirax-Sarco Engineering plc Ordinary Share 2.30%
Darling Ingredients Inc 2.27%
Aalberts NV EUR0.25 2.23%
Sector Weight
Industrials 41.22%
Technology 19.86%
Utilities 12.47%
Basic Materials 8.37%
Consumer Cyclical 4.65%
Consumer Defensive 4.00%
Real Estate 2.77%
Healthcare 2.24%
Country Weight
United States 41.31%
Netherlands 9.55%
United Kingdom 8.52%
China 5.41%
Norway 4.20%
Switzerland 3.40%
Taiwan 3.02%
Spain 2.20%
Australia 2.16%
India 2.08%

Fee Structure

The Manager is entitled to remuneration each month at a rate equivalent to one twelfth of 0.9% on the NAV up to and including the first GBP 475m and 0.65% on NAV in excess of GBP 475m.

Dividend Policy

The Directors typically expect the Company to generate returns in the form of capital gains rather than revenue. To meet the Investment Trust requirements, the Company intends to pay dividends on an annual basis by way of a final dividend, with the dividend paid following approval at the AGM each year. It is the policy of the Board to pay out substantially all of the revenue reserves of the company. The Board intends in future to pay two dividends annually.


Total number of holdings: 68.

Trust Manager

Bruce Jenkyn-Jones

Manager Bio

Bruce serves as Co-Head of Listed Equity alongside Hubert Aarts. Together they are responsible for the development of the investment process, research and team. Bruce has an active role in the day to day management of all Impax listed equity portfolios and is on the Portfolio Construction team for all strategies. Bruce joined Impax in 1999 where he worked initially on venture capital investments before developing the listed equity business. Before joining Impax, Bruce worked as a utilities analyst at Bankers Trust and as an environmental consultant for Environmental Resources Management.

Board Of Directors

John ScottChairman, William Rickett, Victoria Hastings, Aine Kelly, Stephanie Eastment

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