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Latest News - Danielle Levy

Seven Heaven: Canaccord’s top trusts for this year

Analysts at Canaccord Genuity pick seven investment companies and investment trusts to watch this year.

Killik: time to buy Utilico Emerging Markets

The research team at Killik & Co highlights Utilico Emerging Markets as an investment company that could take off this year.

GCP Infrastructure smashes target with £100m placing

Strong investor demand for GCP Infrastructure's shares resulted in the board raising its share issue by £40 million.

Former 3i partner raises £55m for UK small cap fund

Continental Investment Partners, set up by ex-3i partner Marco Fumagalli, has launched a £55 million private equity-style UK small cap fund.

Punished Pershing plans $300m tender offer

Activist investor Bill Ackman's Pershing Square Holdings hopes to narrow its perpetual discount with a $300 million tender offer, following a torrid three years for the hedge fund.

Trust managers back European equities to deliver in 2018

Tech companies and Europe prove popular among fund managers, while uncertainty created by Brexit top their list of worries.

Regional Reit raises £73m but misses target

An end-of-year flurry among real estate investment trusts sees Regional raise money for two acquisitions and Supermarket Income and Civitas Social Housing spend more of the capital raised at their flotations.

'No room for complacency', says Henderson Alternative

Janus Henderson managers Ian Barrass and James de Bunsen have increased exposure to long-short investment strategies, reflecting their view that valuations look stretched.

Barnett-backed Ranger takes another knock from Princeton

Ranger Direct Lending, one of a handful of loan funds backed by Invesco Perpetual's Mark Barnett, has suffered another blow from its problematic investment in Princeton Alternative Income fund.

US monetary tightening risks recession, says Seneca

Seneca Global Income & Growth's Peter Elston has sold out of the US and warned that investors are underestimating implications of 'quantitative tightening'.