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Oakley Capital Investments’ (OCI) NAV at 31 December 2020 was 403p, based on portfolio company valuations at the year-end. This represents an increase of 14% since 30 June 2020, and brings the total return for 2020 as a whole to 18%.
OCI makes its investments solely through Oakley Capital, and has a relatively concentrated portfolio of growth companies in three sectors: technology, education and consumer. 12 of the 17 investee companies deliver their products or services digitally, which means they continue to benefit from the trends that accelerated in 2020.
Equity investments in companies can be separated into three ‘COVID-19 impact’ categories based on a full year of trading to 31 December 2020. OCI reported that three companies moved from “Modest impact” to “Expectations met or exceeded” since 30 June 2020.
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