Andrew Charlesworth, former manager of John Laing Infrastructure, is looking to raise £200 million for a new investment company focused on North America and Europe.
Citywire award winner 3i has reported a strong first half with 11% growth in net asset value (NAV), although at least one analyst is questioning the lofty valuation of shares in the private equity giant.
Fiver per cent yielding UK real estate investment trust looks to double in size with first major share issue and acquisition since its flotation three years ago.
The sell-off of alternative income trusts has gathered strength, but if these aren't to your taste, you'll struggle to find cheap trusts elsewhere.
Manager of Henderson Smaller Companies has learned much over the years but is still puzzled why the investment trust's shares trade below asset value.
The Allianz Technology Trust manager insists high valuations in technology stocks signal the beginning, not the end, of a Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Fund manager Tim Stevenson temporarily removes gearing, or borrowing, to protect shareholders in 25-year-old investment trust from sudden setback in stock markets.
Interest rate rises could test the ability of some companies to pay decent dividends. Which equity income trusts would be best placed to survive?
Property funds are rushing to market. Is investor appetite for high yields strong enough to back an investment trust trying to turn round a portfolio of regional offices and industrial units?
Shares in £1.1 billion listed infrastructure fund come under further pressure after company calculates it would receive 86% compensation if PFI contracts were cancelled by a Labour government.