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Size matters, says AITC

Size matters, according to the AITC, which says bigger trusts offer less charges.


Investment trusts between £10m and £20m charge on avergage1.4 per cent a year, comapred with those over £1bn which charge 0.36 per cent on average.


AITC director general Daniel Godfrey says: “Large investment trusts are an incredibly efficient way of managing money. Lower charges are likely to help them to deliver superior performance over time, although that should be set against the fact they are likely to give a bumpier ride.”

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