Substantial corporate changes for one in two trusts since onset of pandemic

Managers under increased scrutiny

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Annabel Brodie-Smith of the AIC
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Annabel Brodie-Smith of the AIC

Almost one in two investment trusts from the Association of Investment Companies (AIC) has undergone corporate activity in the past five years, new data has revealed.

While a degree of corporate action is regular in the investment company space, since the onset of the pandemic more substantial changes have become the norm as boards are under increasing pressure to prove...

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