Majority of advisers plan to up client AIM exposure in 2024

Some 90% of advisers polled said clients’ AIM exposure would increase

Jenna Brown
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The majority of advisers (90%) plan to increase their clients’ exposure to the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) this year, according to research from Time Investments.

The tax-efficient investment services provider said its research questioned 100 financial advisers and wealth managers and found the vast majority were planning to up AIM exposure for clients while the remaining 10% said they would keep their allocations the same. The business added that almost all respondents (94%) believed that AIM listed companies and small and medium sized enterprises (SME) would be important to the country's economic growth over the next two years. This compared to 4% that said they would become less important and 2% that said they would not be important at all. ...

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