The £159m Dunedin Smaller Companies investment trust has agreed in principle to merge into Harry Nimmo's £400m Standard Life UK Smaller Companies trust following a strategic review.
In a stock exchange announcement this morning, the board of Dunedin said the decision had been made as it was "challenging to attract new investors". The board also felt the two trusts were very similar...
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