As part of the launch of the non-AIM Panel Service, last week we hosted a Round Table event bringing together professionals form across the industry to discuss the EIS market and its challenges. Hardman & Co’s Vilma Pabiliontye commented “Some of these fund managers will have been investing for many years, but have only recently […]
The average AIM stock with a market cap in excess of £600m enjoys research coverage from an average of 6.1 analysts, up 20% since the introduction of MiFID II in January 2018. Analyst resource appears to have shifted post the reforms, as coverage of FTSE 250 stocks of the same size is at 6.3 analysts, […]
Neil Martin of GBI Magazine states ‘Having reviewed the entire non-AIM Business Relief market, the firm is now creating panels of products which are tailored to the needs of an adviser’s business, and range of client profiles.
We try to answer the questions of why to invest in a company and what the risks are in doing so. For many investors, simply having a deep discount to NAV is a good enough answer to the first question. However, investors need to appreciate the risks and, in particular, the reasons why the shares are at a discount. In this report, we examine the companies with the largest discounts and review those very issues.
Our financials and investment companies analyst discusses the AIC’s sector changes.
Small and mid-size quoted companies (SMQCs) make a massive contribution to society and stock market.
Mark Thomas’ research on Debt Investment companies was profiled as part of the AltFI article AltFi Insights: Alternative Income funds hit £15bn.
The article follows the ‘Tax Efficient Review’ in which the HMRC estimates EIS funds decreased from £1.8bn to £1.4bn. The decline can largely be linked to the ‘risk-to-capital’ legislation; “Mark Brownridge, director general of EISA, said: ‘They want every pound to be at risk … you can’t have a low-risk EIS.’”. Dr. Brian Moretta, comments […]