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Investment Companies

Investment companies are companies set up to make investments on behalf of their shareholders (also called closed-end funds and, in specific circumstances, investment trusts).

We have organised this section of the website to allow you to compare similar funds. We have used the sector classifications devised by the Association of Investment Companies. These group funds by which assets they invest in, where they invest or which industry they specialise in. The classification system is not perfect – no system could be – but hopefully you will find it useful.

Global: Global  Global Equity Income  Global High Income  Global Emerging Markets  Global Smaller Companies  Country Specialists – Other Flexible Investment

UK: UK All Companies  UK Equity Income  UK Equity & Bond Income  UK Smaller Companies

Asia: Asia Pacific including Japan  Asia Pacific excluding Japan  Country Specialists – Asia Pacific  Japan  Japan Smaller Companies

Europe: Europe  European Smaller Companies  Country Specialists – Europe  Emerging Europe

North&South America: Latin America  Country Specialists – Latin America  North America  North American Smaller Companies

Hedge Funds: Hedge Funds

Private Equity: Private Equity

Property&Infrastructure: Infrastructure  Infrastructure – Renewable Energy  UK Property  REITs

Specialist Funds: Biotech&Healthcare  Commodities & Natural Resources  Environmental    Financials  Forestry&Timber  Insurance&Reinsurance  Leasing Litigation Finance  Small Media, Comms & IT  TMT  Utilities Other

Debt: Debt

Cash & Liquidity: Cash & Liquidity

There is a page for each of the AIC’s sectors. By clicking on the headings at the tops of the columns of figures you can sort the funds in that sector to see things like which fund performed best over the past year or which is trading on the widest discount. Clicking on the name of the fund will take you through to a page that gives you a lot more information on each company. There is a page in the helpful stuff area that explains how these pages work.


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