Subscribe to win

Sign-up now for the chance to win a pair of fantastic WH-XB900N Extra Bass Wireless Sony headphones

9 March 2020

Global Portfolio Trust active noise reduction

Winners will receiver one pair of Sony WH-XB900N Extra Bass Wireless noise cancelling headphones.
For full terms and conditions please see here


We are delighted you want to hear from us. To receive our email only bulletins that include manager update videos, helpful and thought provoking insight on the markets and valuable updates, simply fill in your details below.

“We” includes the relevant company, and it’s investment manager, Martin Currie. For further details on how your data is used and stored by Martin Currie, please see our privacy and cookie policy.


Important Information

Market and currency movements may cause the capital value of shares, and the income from them, to fall as well as rise and is not guaranteed; you may get back less than you invested. This communication does not constitute, and may not be used for the purpose of, an offer or invitation to subscribe for or otherwise acquire shares in any of the products mentioned. Please note that, as the shares in investment trusts are traded on a stockmarket, the share price will fluctuate in accordance with supply and demand and may not reflect the value of underlying net asset value of the shares. Depending on market conditions and market sentiment, the spread between purchase and sale price can be wide. As with all stock exchange investments the value of investment trust share purchases will immediately fall by the difference between the buying and selling prices, the bid-offer spread. Investment trusts may borrow money in order to make further investments. This is known as 'gearing' and can enhance shareholder returns in rising markets but, conversely, can reduce them in falling markets. The majority of charges will be deducted from the capital of the company. This will constrain capital growth of the company in order to maintain the income streams.