by John Pattullo, Ollie Beckett
Watch Portfolio Managers John Pattullo (Henderson Diversified Income Trust) and Ollie Beckett (TR European Growth Trust) tackle questions from investors in the latest episode of Trust TV.
by Jamie Ross, CFA, John Bennett
Watch the full episode of Trust TV: European Equities, featuring John Bennett fund manager of Henderson European Focus Trust, followed by Jamie Ross fund manager of Henderson European Trust.
by Jamie Ross, CFA
by James Henderson, Laura Foll, CFA
by Ben Lofthouse, CFA
Ben Lofthouse, Fund Manager of Henderson International Income Trust, shares his view of overseas income markets and the momentum behind global dividends growth.
by Ollie Beckett
Ollie Beckett, Fund Manager of TR European Growth Trust, shares some of the Trust’s recent successstories from Europe’s IPO market and explains why investors seeking growth might find Europe’ssmall and mid-cap space attractive.
by Jenna Barnard, CFA, John Pattullo
Serial disruptors like Amazon are shaping the economic transformation that is taking place before us. John Pattullo, co-fund manager of Henderson Diversified Income Trust, explains how investors can be on the right side of change.
by Neil Hermon
by David Smith, CFA
Income fund managers constantly bang on about dividends. Maybe it’s in our genetic makeup but actually dividends should be important for all equity investors. In my mind there are five key reasons for this:
by Job Curtis
by James Henderson
James Henderson, Fund Manager for Henderson Opportunities Trust, explains why this period of change and uncertainty is a good opportunity for active UK stock pickers.
Henderson International Income Trust's Fund Manager Ben Lofthouse gives his thoughts on where income opportunities are emerging amid global stock market volatility.
by Alex Crooke
Last year saw global growth accelerate at its fastest pace since the financial crisis as this long-running bull market defied expectations and found another gear. It was a period of synchronised global growth reminiscent of yesteryear – a brief boon for global stock market investors. But with growth inevitably cooling in 2018, the challenge now is to assess where the momentum is strongest and which firms are going to thrive.
by Ben Lofthouse, CFA, Mike Kerley