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Fundsmith Appoints Three New Partners
August 02 2018
Fundsmith LLP, the fund management company founded by Terry Smith, announces the appointment of Conrad Rey, Greville Ward and Daniel Washburn as Partners, subject to FCA approval.
Fundsmith Sustainable Equity Fund Wins Best New Fund At Money Marketing Awards
July 04 2018
The Fundsmith Sustainable Equity Fund ('FSEF'), which launched in November 2017, has won the ‘Best New Fund’ category at the Money Marketing Awards 2018. Money Marketing chose FSEF as the winner for its “credibility in the market and high competitive potential”.
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Money Marketing - Inside Fundsmith’s new investment trust (video)
October 03 2018
Last month, star manager Terry Smith announced he was throwing £25m of his own money behind a new investment trust, Smithson. Ahead of its launch, Money Marketing editor Justin Cash sat down with Simon Barnard and Will Morgan, the fund’s managers, to talk strategy, as well as their thoughts on some of the hottest topics in investments.
Daily Mail - Star fund manager Terry Smith reveals new investment trust to find and profit from the world's best small and mid-sized companies
September 04 2018
City star Terry Smith has revealed plans for a new investment trust focused on global small and mid-sized companies. Smith's self-titled firm Fundsmith will roll out the Smithson Investment Trust with the aim of finding and investing in 25 to 40 of the world's best small and medium-sized companies.
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Financial Times - Busting the myths of investment: Do equities outperform bonds?
November 07 2018
As an equity fund manager, questioning the investment myth that equities outperform bonds is the equivalent of coprolalia, an occasional characteristic of Tourette’s syndrome in which the sufferer involuntarily utters socially inappropriate remarks.
Financial Times - Busting the myths of investment: who needs income?
October 03 2018
There seems to be something so alluring about dividend income that it often seems to lead investors to abandon common sense or be encouraged to do so by the investment industry. For example, how many times have you heard it said that the majority of returns from investment in equities comes from reinvestment of the dividends?
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