Investment Trusts

An investment trust is a collective investment where you pool your money with other investors to invest in a range of assets. By spreading the risk, investment trusts are typically safer than buying individual shares, but the risk level will vary depending on where the trust invests.

An investment trust is a listed company and when you invest, you become a shareholder in that company. Whilst they tend to be more complex than unit trusts and OEICs, they generally have lower annual charges and the potential for higher returns.

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