City of London investment trust drops performance fee

The £959m City of London investment trust, headed up by Job Curtis (pictured), has dropped its performance fee in a move to become more attractive to retail investors.

The trust, which has recorded 46 years of consecutive dividend increases, has slightly raised its management fee from 0.35% to 0.365% in dropping the performance fee, but overall investors will pay less...

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