In many in­vestors’ minds in­vest­ment trusts are thought of as in­come gen­er­at­ing in­vest­ments. In­deed there are many that have fan­tas­tic, long-term track records of pay­ing div­i­dends and fea­ture in many in­vestors’ port­fo­lios.

There are lots of dif­fer­ent ways that in­vest­ment trusts in­vest to gen­er­ate their in­come. They can be used to get ex­po­sure to dif­fer­ent mar­kets and as­set classes so un­der­stand­ing where and how they put their money to use can help you bet­ter un­der­stand which in­vest­ment trusts are right for you.

Come to the free In­vest­ment Trusts for In­come event to hear in­sights from lead­ing fund man­agers on how the in­vest­ment trusts they are re­spon­si­ble for gen­er­ate in­come, get your chance to ask the ques­tions that mat­ter to you and net­work with your fel­low in­vestors.

Aberdeen Di­ver­si­fied In­come and Growth Trust

The goal of the trust is to gen­er­ate sus­tain­able long-term re­turns through a gen­uinely di­ver­si­fied port­fo­lio mak­ing use of Aberdeen’s global in­vest­ment plat­form and spe­cial­ist ca­pa­bil­i­ties.

SLI Prop­erty In­come Trust

The Trust owns a di­ver­si­fied port­fo­lio of UK com­mer­cial prop­er­ties with an em­pha­sis on re­tail, of­fice and in­dus­trial and has out­per­formed its sec­tor on a 1, 3 and 5 year ba­sis.

SAINTS Scot­tish Amer­i­can In­vest­ment Com­pany

Founded in 1873 SAINTS is one of the old­est in­vest­ment trust com­pa­nies still in ex­is­tence. Its aim is to de­liver above-in­fla­tion div­i­dend growth prin­ci­pally through in­vest­ments in global eq­ui­ties, but also bonds, prop­erty and other as­set types.

Mer­chants In­vest­ment Trust

Es­tab­lished in 1889 The Mer­chants Trust in­vest­ment fo­cus is on the UK’s lead­ing com­pa­nies and has a track record of 35 con­sec­u­tive years of div­i­dend in­creases.

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