Hathaway Investment Management has launched a unit trust investing in bonds and equities predominant...
Hathaway Investment Management has launched a unit trust investing in bonds and equities predominantly in the UK.
The MFM Hathaway Unit Trust will also have a limited exposure to investment trusts and will focus on companies with quality management for which current prices do not reflect long-term value.
The fund is available until 25 November at an offer price of 50p per unit and minimum investment is £1,000. There is no maximum limit and income on the fund will be paid twice a year.
Graham Englefield, chief executive at Hathaway, said the fund is long-term and now is the time to invest.
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