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INFOGRAPHIC: Investment trusts vs. funds

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24/06/2014
Investing in a fund or trust means handing your money over to a fund manager who in turn will make all the important investment decisions on your behalf.

Both trusts and funds are collective investments, meaning they pool together money from different investors.

However, there are important differences between the two approaches.

The infographic below – created by the investment trust team at Henderson Global Investors – summarises their different attributes.

 

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