In this article, DirectorsTalk showcases from its leading funds platform exclusive recent interviews and analyst research for five listed investment companies on the London Stock Exchange. All the companies aim to provide a regular income stream to investors in the form of dividends. Investment Managers include BlackRock, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, AXA Investment Management and Premier Miton Investors.
BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust plc (LON:BRLA) aims to secure long-term capital growth and an attractive total return primarily through investing in quoted securities in Latin America.
The Diverse Income Trust plc (LON:DIVI) invests primarily in quoted or traded UK companies with a wide range of market capitalisations, but a long-term bias toward small and mid-cap equities. The trust may also invest in large cap companies, including FTSE 100 Index constituents, where it is believed that this may increase shareholder value.
JPMorgan Japan Small Cap Growth & Income plc (LON:JSGI) targets Japan income without compromising on Japanese growth opportunities. This Japan income investing opportunity gives investors access to a diverse and fast growing sector managed by local managers. The Investment Trust offers a regular quarterly income funded part by capital reserves as well as revenue returns.
BlackRock Sustainable American Income Trust plc (LON:BRSA), formally BlackRock North American Income Trust plc, aims to provide an attractive level of income return together with capital appreciation over the long term, in a manner consistent with the principles of sustainable investing adopted by the Company.
Volta Finance Ltd (LON:VTA, LON:VTAS) is a closed-ended limited liability company registered in Guernsey, investing in a diversified portfolio of structured finance assets. The Company aims to provide a stable stream of income to its Shareholders through dividends that it expects to distribute on a quarterly basis.