The independent body that regulates the financial services industry in the UK.
A measure of the size of an investment company.
A way of expressing how much an investment company is exposed to cash after offsetting cash balances first against its gearing. It is expressed as a percentage of shareholders’ funds.
International Securities Identification Number (ISIN). A unique code which identifies a particular share.
The date an investment company will prepare its annual report and accounts to.
A type of share issued by a split capital investment company which aims to deliver a fixed amount of capital growth over a set period of time. This amount isn’t guaranteed.
See dividend yield.
Wrapper schemes are not investments in their own right, but simply different ways of holding investments. Some wrappers, such as ISAs, have tax advantages.
The date on which a company expects to wind up.
Another name for the liquidation of a company.