Carthew: residential care offers good home for yield investors
Investors now have the choice of two competing trusts in the care home sector
Carthew: the hard work starts here for Alliance Trust
Alliance Trust (ATST) has rid itself of activists and removed the immediate threat to its existence, but now the hard work starts.
Carthew: MedicX is healthy, so why the Reit resurrection?
The £362 million local health centre fund has recently announced that it intends to become a real estate investment trust
Carthew: the micro-trust that's beating Patient Capital
This week I thought I would take a look at FastForward Innovations
Government drops plans for British Income & Lending Trust
Treasury scraps plan to raise £600 million by turning portfolio of state-backed loans into a high-yielding investment trust.
JP Morgan's Meadon: I'm comforted by M&A activity
Will Meadon talks about how the events of 2016 have changed his fund.
Trust Insider: Indian rupee repeal opens value opportunity
The stock market has fallen sharply and so did the three trusts that specialise in investing in Indian equities
The top 10 fund managers with skin in the game
M&M Investment Company have identified the 10 management teams with the largest personal holdings in their funds.
Foreign & Colonial lifts buybacks from decade low
Country's oldest investment trust resumed its battle to re-rate its shares last year as stock market uncertainty blunted a 24% rise in asset value.
Aberdeen UK equity head joins Scottish Oriental's board
Jeremy Whitley, who is soon to leave Aberdeen, has joined the board of Scottish Oriental Smaller Companies as a non-executive director.
Miton's Wright: looking beyond the obvious Trump trade
Miton's Jim Wright talks to Wealth Manager about his newly launched Global Infrastructure Income fund.
Alliance Bernstein: unpicking the $490bn giant’s UK plan
Alliance Bernstein (AB) may be well known in the US and has $490 billion (£392 billion) in assets across 22 countries, but in the UK retail market it has only just started to make its move.
Was Rathbones' private office launch a mistake?
N+1 Singer has questioned Rathbones' decision to enter the private office market a bearish note on the wealth firm.
Should Mifid II be reviewed post-Brexit?
Think tank New City Initiative has called for parts of Mifid II to be reviewed after Brexit. We asked our readers if they agree.