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.

Mark Whitehead on Edison Interview

In this webcast, Mark Whitehead covers:

  • What make STS different
  • ESG
  • Investment performance
  • Outlook for markets
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This interview has been commissioned by Securities Trust of Scotland from the Edison Group. The Edison Group has prepared and issued this interview in consideration of a fee payable by Securities Trust of Scotland.

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Important information

This information is issued and approved by Martin Currie Investment Management Limited (‘MCIM’). It does not constitute investment advice.

Past performance is not a guide to future returns. The return may increase or decrease as a result of fluctuations in the markets, in currency and/or in the portfolio.

The content of this video is only a summary of the investment objective, activity and performance of the investment trust. This video should not be used to make any investment decision in relation to this investment trust, or in relation to any other financial product or security. Full details of the investment trust can be found at: Securities Trust of Scotland literature library

The analysis of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors form an important part of the investment process and helps inform investment decisions. The investment strategy of the investment trust does not necessarily target particular sustainability outcomes.

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