FundApps said to secure investment from Scottish Equity Partners

FundApps said to secure investment from Scottish Equity Partners

FundApps, which provides solutions to automate regulatory compliance, has reportedly collected fresh funding from Scottish Equity Partners.

CNBS Q3: The CNBS Investment Thesis with Tim Seymour

Tim Seymour comes on to share the CNBS investment thesis and his thoughts on the cannabis markets in the 3rd quarter of 2021.

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Scottish Mortgage investment trust: prospects for 2023

Thomas McMahon, investment trust research manager at Kepler Trust Intelligence, discusses one of the country’s most-popular and widely held investments. The trust has seen its share price halve in value, and McMahon explains the impact of interest rates, exposure to China and unlisted companies, as well as his expectations for returns going forward.

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CIS Catholic Investor Symposium: Global Equities

In this session, Scott Malpass, Founder & Board Chair, Catholic Investment Services, leads a panel discussion on the role of global equities in institutional portfolio construction. Equity practioneers discuss their investment philosophy, research process and idea generation for stock selection.

Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust – Stock Analysis

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