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The "top twenty" UK Equity Holdings

The 20 largest United Kingdom holdings by market value at 31 March 2003 were:

BP

£150.1m

Vodafone Group

£125.1m

GlaxoSmithKline

£116.8m

HSBC Holdings

£103.8m

Royal Bank of Scotland Group

£73.7m

Astra Zeneca

£63.0m

Shell Transport & Trading

£61.5m

HBOS

£41.9m

Lloyds TSB

£37.0m

Unilever

£36.8m

Diageo

£36.7m

Barclays

£34.0m

B.T. Group

£28.3m

BHP Billiton

£23.7m

Tesco

£23.2m

National Grid Transco

£22.6m

Imperial Tobacco

£20.1m

Anglo American

£16.2m

Reed Elsevier

£15.6m

Legal and General

£15.5m

Total

£1045.6m

These holdings constitute 64% of the overall UK equity portfolio.

The fund has a holding of ordinary shares in Corus plc which amounted to less than 0.01% of a total assets as at 31 March 2003.