This type of financial instrument has a limited life and can be converted into new ordinary shares in the company at some time in the future at a fixed price.
A measure of how much a share moves up and down in price over a period of time.
Investing in small, private up-and-coming companies.
An open-ended fund in the form of a legal trust.
Shares in a company’s own share capital which the company itself owns and which can be sold to investors to raise new funds.
Performance information that takes into account both income and capital returns.
Another name for Ongoing Charges.
A measure of the size of an investment company. The total value of all assets held, less current liabilities, including income for the current year.
Tradable Instrument Display Mnemonics. A short, unique code used to identify UK-listed shares. Previously known as EPIC.
A type of share that investors can convert into new ordinary shares in the company at some time in the future at a fixed price.