The Investment Trust Hub and The Investment Trusts Handbook 2020 are editorially independent educational publications. All the contributors share an interest in increasing awareness of investment trusts as an option for self-directed investors and financial advisers. Both the website and the Handbook are supported by: Aberdeen Standard, Fidelity International, Jupiter Asset Management & Polar Capital.


“This Handbook is weighty but nonetheless an approachable compendium. It includes opinions and insights from experienced investors, veteran analysts and shrewd commentators, ably hosted by Jonathan Davis as village guide and companion. As such, I think the book fills a calm and valuable gap between data and dense analytics on the one hand - and the daily babble of market noise on the other.”

Piers Currie, Special Adviser, Aberdeen Standard Investments

“Working with Jonathan Davis and the team at Harriman House to produce the Investment Trusts Handbook 2019 has been an excellent experience and we are delighted with the end result. Our clients have commented on how useful they have found the book and indeed what a pleasure it is to read.”

Claire Dwyer, Associate Director, Investment Trusts, Fidelity International

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