The role of Investment Trusts in the capital market

January 2014
Times 100 Case Studies;2014, p1
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The article presents a case study on the role of investment trusts in the capital market of Association of Investment Companies (AIC), the British trade association for investment firms. These roles include helping the business secure finance, providing opportunities to investors and service to financial institutions responsible for income and growth for pension funds and other investments. It also examines the nature of finance resources like capital, concept of risk and investment return.


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