Laura Suter, personal finance analyst at investment platform AJ Bell, looks at the investment trusts most likely to be hit by Britain's exit from the European Union.
Investors are understandably preoccupied with what Brexit means for their portfolio, but they need to make sure they're aware of any hidden risks in their portfolios, and in the funds they own.
A total of eight UK-focused investment trusts have gearing of 20% of more, meaning investors in these funds are exposed to more risk.
Gearing works to effectively amplify any rise or fall in the trust's value. This could pay off if the UK sees a much-anticipated 'Brexit bounce' following the conclusion of any deal.
Likewise, it means these investors could face a shock fall in their trust's value if the market sees a slide downwards on a no-deal Brexit or other shock outcome that spooks markets.
The gallery above shows which ones are most at risk.