The AIM IPO market has been stronger this year than 2015 despite Brexit uncertainty, according to Wood Street Microcap fund manager Ken Wotton.
The £60m fund, run by Livingbridge's Wotton (pictured), focuses on small- and micro-cap UK companies which are less than £250m. Some two-thirds of the holdings are AIM-listed. It regularly participates...
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