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Top 10 Quoted Investments

Below are the top 10 quoted investments held by the Trust with their contribution to the Trust's Net Asset Value as at 28 February 2021. For links directly to the companies' website, please click the logos.
For a full listing of the Trust's U.S. securities at each quarter end, please refer to the Trust's 13F filing: https://www.sec.gov/cgi-bin/browse-edgar?CIK=942257

Venture Fund Investments

SV Fund VI

7.7% NAV
An investment in a venture capital fund, SV Fund VI, which invests in unquoted portfolio companies across three sectors: biotechnology, healthcare & IT and medical devices. The Trust made a commitment of $30m to the fund on 19 October 2016, equivalent to 7.5% of the total commitments, which will be drawn down over the investment period.

Directly-held Unquoted Investments

Below are the directly-held unquoted investments held by the Trust with their contribution to the Trust's Net Asset Value as at 31 July 2021.

Exited with Contingent Milestones

Exited unquoted companies for which the Trust retains rights to receive future contingent performance-based payments are shown below, including their contribution to the Trust's Net Asset Value as at 28 February 2021.

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