The board of the £120m Invesco Perpetual Enhanced Income investment trust has said it has received "strong proposals" from a range of potential managers to take over responsibility of the trust from Invesco Perpetual, who announced its resignation last month.
In a statement released this morning, the board said a number of "highly credible proposals to act as investment manager for the company" had been received in response to the recruitment process initiated...
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