Investment companies response to COVID-19
Alex Denny, Head of Investment Trusts at Fidelity, shares his thoughts.
Zehrid Osmani – The bull/bear battle
The manager of Martin Currie Global Portfolio Trust, gives a market update, highlights potential opportunities post coronavirus and explains his investment process.
Martin Currie Global Portfolio Trust: the opportunities offered by the market pull-back
The manager of Martin Currie Global Portfolio Trust, discusses the opportunities he is seeing during current market turmoil.
Witan Investment Trust: full year results 2019
Andrew Bell, Chief Executive Officer of Witan Investment Trust, takes us through his thoughts on 2019 for Witan in the markets.
AIC interview with Jonathan Brown, Invesco Perpetual UK Smaller Companies Investment Trust
The Co-Manager of Invesco Perpetual UK Smaller Companies Investment Trust, discusses the effect of coronavirus and the election on his portfolio and his overall outlook for the sector in post-Brexit Britain.
AIC interview with Stuart Widdowson, Odyssean Investment Trust
Stuart Widdowson, Co-Manager of Odyssean Investment Trust, discusses the effect of coronavirus and the election on his portfolio, sentiment after Woodford and his overall outlook for the sector in post-Brexit Britain.
Nick Train provides an update on Finsbury Growth & Income Trust
Nick Train, manager of Finsbury Growth & Income Trust PLC, reflects on Lindsell Train’s 19th full year of managing the investment company and also discusses two new additions to the portfolio.
Pantheon International: Making the private, public
Pantheon International PLC (PIP) is a FTSE 250 investment company that invests in a diversified portfolio of private equity assets managed by third-party managers across the world. Watch this animation to learn about how PIP works.
Recorded 27 February 2020
JPMorgan Japanese Investment Trust - Japan: active manager opportunities
With automation and tourism levels on the up and the 2020 Summer Olympics being held in Tokyo, it appears Japan is a country in vogue. But, as it has divided investors' opinions for a considerable amount of time, could it instead be the year that risks in the region turn to reality?