QuotedData’s weekly news show 4 June 2021
Thank you to everyone that listened in today, whether you watched the Zoom live, on Facebook or on Youtube.
In this week’s show, James Carthew covered the week’s top stories:
- Scottish Investment Trust update
- Performance fees this week – Lindsell Train, Worldwide Healthcare, Aurora
- Brevan Howard funds merger
He was also joined by Andrew McHattie who discussed the top risers and fallers in the sector during May.
Watch it again here
We’ll be back on June 11th where James will be joined by Stephanie Sirota of RTW Ventures.
This week’s interview was with Ben Ritchie and Georgina Cooper of Dunedin Income Growth Investment Trust– watch it again here.
The legal bit
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