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Quoted stocks have increased the volatility for life sciences fund Syncona but it is undeterred as it continues to grow, founding two new companies and adding another.
Nick Train's asset management group has seen bumper inflows this year but it wasn't enough to avoid underperformance at Lindsell Train trust, which has a 24% stake in the business.
Despite Deliveroo's disastrous flotation, London listings have been reasonably buoyant in 2021, with stocks posting healthy gains since coming to market.
The music royalies investment company is asking investors to stump up another £150m as the music royalties gold rush continues.
After lagging sector rivals, could a shift away from the UK help BMO Global Smaller Companies win investors back?
Co-manager Tom Slater said the ‘aggressive’ recent pace of stock market flotations is encouraging many companies to list too early in their development.
Conservative MP and Financial Times investment trust tipster John Baron has co-founded a new wealth business focusing on listed investment companies.
Social impact investing has taken off over the past decade and tackling homelessness, social housing, and elderly care continue to be key themes investors should watch.
Scottish Mortgage fund manager James Anderson defends the controversial dual share class structure being used by Wise as it aims for a £5bn-£9bn flotation in London.
A self-avowed 'growth' investor, our columnist says the game has changed and he is now snapping up profitable 'value' stocks that pay healthy dividends.