Edison TV: Executive Interview
7 February 2020
Mark Whitehead is interviewed by Edison Research on Securities Trust of Scotland and what makes it stand out from the crowd.
In this webcast, Mark Whitehead covers:
- What make STS different
- Investment performance
- Outlook for markets
Read Edison’s in-depth research note to understand
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