F&C Investment Trust Plc is a collective investment scheme that aims to provide long-term capital and income growth. If you’d like to buy F&C Investment Trust shares (FCT) on New Zealand’s Exchange (NZX), keep reading for step-by-step instructions.
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Established in 1868, F&C Investment Trust is designed with first-time and long-term investors in mind. The aim of the trust is to generate long-term income and growth for investors, with a diverse portfolio providing exposure to over 450 companies from around the globe.
The trust invests in shares in major and developing world markets, plus other areas such as private equity. It provides regular dividends to investors, and as of 30 April 2021, had total assets of £5.3 billion.
In its annual report for the year ended 31 December 2020, F&C Investment Trust Plc announced the following key results:
|Name||F&C Investment Trust PLC||Industry||Asset Management|
|Type||Ordinary shares||Date listed on NZX||06 Jul 1993|
|End of financial year||December||Chairman||Beatrice Hollond|
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