Not been paid since 2017
Fund managers see 'signs of a tentative recovery'
Next generation of dividend heroes
But opportunity to be found outside of the traditional
Low interest rates cause for optimism
Recently retired from fund management
Managers who have 'seen it all'
Effective 1 October
'Tension in the market'
Effective from 1 July
Co-manager on UK Equity Income and Growth fund and Lowland trust
Investment trust shareholders are often told they need to invest for the long term. Fund managers in the closed-ended sector are also following this advice, with two running their trusts for over three decades.
James Henderson and Laura Foll, managers of the Lowland investment company, have named Glencore, Rolls-Royce and Shell as attractive investment opportunities, despite short-term troubles at these firms.
Laura Foll, deputy fund manager of the Lowland investment company, explains why she is taking another look at the supermarket giant.
Figures from the AIC show that 45% of investment trusts have now had the same manager for at least a decade, with a select few having been in charge for a quarter century.
FE Trustnet's Joshua Ausden highlights how fund capacity impacts open- and closed-ended vehicles, and picks some standout performers.