Association of Investment Trust Companies


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Association of Investment Trust Companies (AITC)

the TRADE ASSOCIATION which represents the collective interests of INVESTMENT TRUST COMPANIES in the UK.

Association of Investment Trust Companies

see INVESTMENT TRUST COMPANY.
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The move follows a case brought by JPMorgan Fleming Claverhouse Investment Trust and the Association of Investment Trust Companies.
Further information on funds specialising in the Far East available from The Association of Investment Trust Companies (AITC) on 0800 707 707 or online at www.
A survey by the Association of Investment Trust Companies shows parents expect their children to graduate with an average debt of pounds 7,080.
A survey by The Association of Investment Trust Companies (AITC) found students expect an average graduation debt of pounds 6,200, while parents expect a shortfall of pounds 7,080.
3, pounds 13,500, according to the Association of Investment Trust Companies.
RESEARCH from the Association of Investment Trust Companies claims that more than 50% of parents think personal finance education in schools is more important than history or geography.
The Association of Investment Trust Companies welcomed the move but called for a further payment when children were 11 and to step up the education programme for parents and children to help boost financial awareness.
A remarkable 119 Association of Investment Trust Companies (AITC) - more than 50% of members - currently have offers on the table for investors willing to entrust their cash to them.
It beat the stock market FTSE-All share index by around 4 per cent and outperformed the index over three, five and ten yearsAnnabel Brodie-Smith, of the Association of Investment Trust Companies, said: 'These trusts have the flexibility to invest across a range of markets, from the FTSE 100 to the FTSE 250 and the FTSE Fledgling index, depending of the fund managers.
Daniel Godfrey of the Association of Investment Trust Companies, says: "Financial education is recognised.
The Association of Investment Trust Companies recently said more than half of couples are deterred from tying the knot because of the high price of saying "I do".
pounds HALF of parents think children get too many presents at Christmas and a third would prefer it if they had money which they could invest, says a survey by the Association of Investment Trust Companies.

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