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Impax: plastics alarm creates great growth story
Growing public anger at plastic pollution in the world’s oceans and waterways is a good example of the trends driving returns for environmental investors, says Jon Forster of Impax Asset Management.
Gearing: what makes investment trusts special (part 2)
The ‘Gavatar’ explains how the ability to borrow moderate amounts of money sets investment trusts apart from other stock market funds.
Pantheon: we want to abolish our discount
Andrew Lebus of Pantheon International is determined to get rid of the long-standing discount on the private equity fund's shares now it's joined the FTSE 250.
Witan: don’t write off tech after Facebook
James Hart of Witan discusses the fallout from the Facebook privacy scandal in light of the global investment trust’s 12% position in technology stocks.
BB Biotech: thanks Trump, blockbuster bids are booming!
Big biotech companies are buying smaller rivals for the first time as US tax cuts boost mergers and acquisitions in the high-growth sector, says Daniel Koller, manager of BB Biotech.
The Gavatar: what makes investment trusts special (pt 1)
Our animated guide explains how the boards of directors protect investment trust shareholders by overseeing the work of fund managers.
Go USA! Baillie Gifford managers eye ‘unique’ growth prospects
Gary Robinson and Andrei Kiselev, managers of the new Baillie Gifford US Growth Trust (USA), explain why they are not put off by lofty stock market valuations.
The Gavatar: a speedy guide to investment funds and trusts
Investment trusts are one of three main types of investment fund available to UK investors.
The ‘Gavatar’: my really quick guide to investment funds!
Gavin Lumsden transforms into the ‘Gavatar’ for the first of his series of video beginner's guides to investment trusts and investment funds.
Foreign & Colonial: we’ve made a 12 million per cent return in 150 years!
The investment trust’s chairman Simon Fraser and fund manager Paul Niven reveal how Foreign & Colonial turned £100 into £12 million since its launch in 1868.