Blairmore Holdings: its current fund nomenclature and dealings



Blairmore Holdings did not die with Ian Cameron. On the contrary it was simply revamped and relocated to Ireland and is currently performing poorly. It now trades under the name Smith & Williamson Blairmore Global Equity (SWBGE), which describes itself as ‘unregulated’. Both of SWBGE’s managers were key to Blairmore Holdings. Details below…

UPDATE: Channel 4 News has revealed that Ian Cameron was linked to a third (undisclosed by his son) offshore fund – namely, PMG Eagle Fund, based on the Cayman Islands. Why did David Cameron not reveal this and did he benefit from it?

A. Fund objectives/performance

The Smith & Williamson Blairmore Global Equity (SWBGE) fund describes itself as:

“The investment objective of the Fund is to achieve capital appreciation through investment in an actively managed long only portfolio consisting primarily of global equities…

The Fund is an Ireland domiciled UCITS scheme (FCA recognised) launched on 5th July…

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