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|IC are recommending investors to take up rights issue, are they now happier with fee structure? I see the management term is still 15 years with 5 years notice.|
|I have started a new thread for my investment in Aberdeen Asset Management ADN.
If you wish to see why, you can join me here:
ABERDEEN marries SCOTTISH WIDOW to create a global asset management behemoth
|Yes,disappointing to read this,and have sold out on the basis of these articles. Investment trusts generally tend to be quite good on management fees and the like.
Have split the monies between FPEO and DIVI,both of which have done well for me in the past,and FPEO is now yielding in excess of 5% as well as being at a 20% discount.|
|IC ("sell" tip) and FT ("Betrayal of trust") have picked up on the eye-watering performance fees here, and offer by managers to replace them with a 15-year (!) contract):
Not a holder.|
|I am no longer holding INPP after selling my entire investment this morning.
I have been buying Burford Capital since the beginning of the month because of its lack of correlation to markets, maturing investments and for its currency hedge.
Decided to reduce my holding. I am not too keen on Wind Farms and the purchase of £115m was a bit rich for me.
I have retained a small stake, and the annual dividend that I will get from the rump exceeds the net cost.
|INPP is trading at £1.264p.
Global Infrastructure - March 2013
Do investor preferences favour global infrastructure? March 04
London seeks infrastructure tsar (again)March 04
Infrastructure will drive development in SA March 01
Government reveals massive infrastructure plansMarch 01
Profiting from Obama's $50 billion infrastructure investment Feb 28
|ok ive stopped being lazy ...they paid out 6p in divs last year|
|seeker...excuse me for being lazy..but whats the current yield on these?|
|INPP closed the year out at £1.2569p, so its 12 months performance was plus 3.9% excluding dividends. Beatings it 2011-2012 returns.
INPP is holding steady at £1.254p.
Hunt starts for infrastructure managers January 21
Central bank should plough cash into infrastructure projects, says BCC chief
EQT Infrastructure Closes Second Fund
AllianzGI to launch UK building fund January 20
Investec Wealth & Investment Limited reduction of holdings from 11% to 10% January 17
America's Infrastructure Ranks... 25th In The World January 16
|INPP touched a new all-time high of £1.261p on 19/12/12 and remains steady at £1.254p.|
|An inline set of results from INPP portfolio of 122 public infrastructure investments that continue to perform well. INPP remains steady as markets continue to take a knock, share price at £1.245p.
Council pensions, mergers and the infrastructure cacophony Nov 15
Infrastructure key to peace in Southeast Asia Nov 14
Getting rail infrastructure on track for 21st century Nov 13
Pipeline bulging at John Laing Infrastructure Nov 12