Revealed: Investment Company of the Year Awards final nominees

Ceremony takes place on Wednesday 20 November

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PA'sister title Investment Week has revealed the investment trusts that made the shortlist for the Investment Company of the Year Awards 2019.

Taking place at Sheraton Park Lane in London on 20 November, the Investment Company of the Year Awards aim to recognise and reward excellence in close-ended fund management. There are 26 categories this year, including Group of the Year, Best New Issue and Outstanding Industry Contribution.  For more information about the event, visit here. The nominees in full Asia Pacific Aberdeen New Dawn Edinburgh Dragon Pacific Horizon Schroder Asian Total Return Schroder Asia Pacific   Best New Issue Augmentum Fintech Baillie Gifford US Growth Greencoat Renewa...

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