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8 December 2014

David Prosser explains children’s savings schemes.

11 November 2014

Annabel Brodie-Smith, Communications Director, AIC, explores changes to investment company management.

10 November 2014

David Prosser looks at why investors should consider the closed-ended sector when looking for high yielders.

3 November 2014

AIC Director General responds to recent discussions on investment companies and pensions.

23 October 2014

A blog by Ian Sayers, Director General, AIC.

22 October 2014

Andrew Lebus describes what makes a successful investment.

22 October 2014

Alex Barr outlines the opportunities for the sector.

22 October 2014

The outlook for the private equity sector.

7 October 2014

A blog by Ian Sayers, Director General, AIC on investment companies outperforming comparable open-ended funds.

6 October 2014

David Prosser explains why investors shouldn’t necessarily ‘sell in May and go away’.

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Mike Kerley introduces Henderson Far East Income

Mike Kerley explains how he got into fund management, his passion for cars and the strategy behind Henderson Far East Income.

Ben Lofthouse explains Henderson International Income Trust

Ben Lofthouse explains what Henderson International Income Trust is all about.

VCT managers on Brexit’s impact on small UK companies and VCTs’ economic and environmental benefits

Will Fraser-Allen – Albion VCTs, Dr Paul Jourdan – Amati AIM VCT and Charlie Winward – The Northern VCTs discuss how Brexit is affecting their portfolios, the economic, environmental and social benefits of VCT investing, where they are finding opportunities and their outlook for the sector.

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