JP Morgan Global Growth and Income: 'We have to sit down and be accountable' to SCIN shareholders

Alternating AGMs in Scotland and London

Eve Maddock-Jones
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The merger between JP Morgan Global Growth & Income trust (JGGI) and Scottish Investment trust (SCIN) completed earlier this month, giving investors in Alasdair McKinnon’s portfolio a new home.

Tim Woodhouse, one of the three managers on JGGI, and Simon Crinage, head of investment trusts at JPMorgan Asset Management, sat down with Investment Week to explain how this merger had come about and how it had welcomed its new Scottish clients. Scottish investment trust completes merger with JP Morgan Global Growth & Income The merger between JGGI and SCIN into the former's portfolio was approved by shareholders last December following a "strategic review" of the portfolios. Crinage said that at the time the SCIN board had conducted an independent review and it was recommended th...

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