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Our view on this fund
Managers Paul Jourdan, David Stevenson and Anna Macdonald take a more conservative approach to investing in higher-risk smaller companies than many other managers in the sector. We admire the team's experience, strong track record and their sensible approach, and believe they have the ability to deliver good long-term results for...
Our latest article
We've recently added this fund to the Wealth Shortlist. In this update, Investment Analyst Jonathon Curtis shares our analysis on the managers, process, culture, cost and performance of the TB Amati UK Smaller Companies Fund.
The Fund aims to provide long term capital growth.The Fund invests in smaller UK company shares and shares of companies that can be bought and sold on UK stock markets. The Fund has the discretion to invest in a range of company shares as described above including those where the majority of their economic activity is outside the UK. The Fund is managed with reference to the Numis Smaller Companies Index (excluding investment companies and including AIM). The Fund is not managed to generate an income. Any income arising from the Fund is reinvested. In other words all units are accumulation units. Investors can redeem units on demand, at the daily valuation point of 12 noon (UK time) when this is a normal business day in the UK.