With assets under management in excess of £1 billion, Church House Investment Management is a fund and portfolio manager offering specialist services to individuals, financial professionals and institutions for over 20 years. test IP
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A podcast featuring our UK Fund Managers, Fred Mahon and Rory Campbell-Lamerton, looking at what has happened recently in financial markets. Breaking topics down to easily digestable, bitesize topics, the Fund Managers provide their informed views and insights as well as their outlook.
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Keep up to date and read our opinion on key investment topics on the UK Smaller Companies Fund.View all
12th Sep 2023
You’re Joking – not another one!
7th Jul 2023
If the UK market has been unloved over the course of the past 18 months, then the smaller capitalised stocks have been near-vilified.
11th May 2023
Markets for smaller companies on both sides of the Atlantic remained patchy at best in April as investor confidence has not returned to this segment yet.
10th Jan 2023
2022 was a humbling year for investors in UK smaller companies.
11th Nov 2022
There was plenty of volatility over October to keep us busy in the Fund. As prime ministers came and went, we continued to strengthen the portfolio through choppy markets, taking advantage of some beaten-up stock prices.
12th Oct 2022
Out of all the pain felt in the UK markets this quarter, it was certainly most keenly felt in the AIM and UK Small Cap markets which ended the quarter -34% and -22% year-to-date.
5th Jul 2022
The second quarter of the year followed in the footsteps of the previous quarter, as smaller companies took even further pain from global supply chain constraints and inflation.
Church House Investments can confirm that is fully compliant with any sanctions on Russia, Belarus or any other jurisdiction imposed by the European Union, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States.
CH does not have and never has had clients from Russia or Belarus.
CH, our client portfolios and our funds had zero, and will maintain zero, exposure to investments in Russia or Belarus.
The Board of Church House Investments along with our Compliance function monitors compliance to these sanctions. They will continue to ensure that CH remains compliant and maintains zero exposure to investments in Russia and Belarus.OK