Shareholders give greenlight to abrdn China trust merger and reconstruction

Former EM fund-of-funds and New Thai trusts

James Baxter-Derrington
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The new trust will seek to achieve long-term capital growth for shareholders by investing predominantly in Chinese equities
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The new trust will seek to achieve long-term capital growth for shareholders by investing predominantly in Chinese equities

The merger of the abrdn China and New Thai trusts has been approved by shareholders, forming a single investment vehicle with more than $400m invested across Chinese equities.

Formerly the Aberdeen Emerging Markets Investment Company and the Aberdeen New Thai Investment trust, abrdn China Investment Company (ACIC) will be managed by Nicholas Yeo and Elizabeth Kwik, supported...

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