David Prosser explores the rise of impact investing.
Richard Aston, Portfolio Manager of CC Japan Income & Growth Trust, explores Japan’s encouraging outlook.
In this month’s edition, find out which are the most cost-effective platforms for holding investment companies, and be among the first to try the AIC’s new online training service, Learning Zone. We also explore the sandwich generation who are looking to invest, but don’t know where to start, and catch up with some of the leading portfolio managers from the Japan and Japanese Smaller Companies sectors.
The latest AIC Stats publication is now available to download.
How have investment companies outperformed open-ended funds in seven out of 10 popular sectors?
Research conducted by the lang cat, reveals the most cost-effective platforms for clients holding investment companies.
New AIC research, conducted by the lang cat, reveals the costs of holding and transacting investment companies on adviser platforms.
We’re often asked by advisers which are the best platforms for holding investment companies. Clearly, ‘best’ may not mean ‘cheapest’, but looking at costs is a start. Here, we unveil new research conducted by the lang cat into the costs of holding investment companies on various platforms. Read more
The media coverage area has been updated to include the latest articles and stories on investment companies.
What’s driven the record purchases of investment companies by advisers and wealth managers on adviser platforms?
David Prosser examines the recent funding round announcements of BB Healthcare Trust and Aurora Investment Trust.
Annabel Brodie-Smith, Communications Director of the AIC, talks to the managers of Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon, Schroder Japan Growth and Fidelity Japanese Values for an update on Japan. The managers discuss their investment strategies and where they are finding opportunities. They also examine the long and short-term risks to Japanese markets and why the outlook for Japan is positive. Watch the video
David Prosser discusses the launch of The People’s Trust.
The proof is always in the pudding. Having talked a good game for some time now, Daniel Godfrey now has to convince investors to part with tens of millions of pounds as he seeks a stock market listing for The People’s Trust next month. The investment company is aiming to raise £125m of funding for a 17 October flotation date.