What is the future of trust dividend heroes following consolidation?

"Thrive, evolve or consolidate"

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Rob Morgan of Charles Stanley
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Rob Morgan of Charles Stanley

In the past 18 months, four trusts have fallen off the Association of Investment Companies’s (AIC) dividend hero list for various different reasons.

However, investment trust experts are cautiously optimistic the list will grow over the next few years, with the main barrier to that growth being continued corporate action from boards and consolidation...

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