Objective of Aberdeen New Thai Investment Trust Plc
" The objective of Aberdeen New Thai Investment Trust PLC is to provide shareholders with a high level of long-term, above-average capital growth through investment in Thailand.
About Aberdeen Asset Management Aberdeen Asset Management PLC is an international investment management group, managing assets for both retail and institutional clients from offices around the world. Listed on the London Stock Exchange since 1991, the group had over £184.4 billion under management as at 29 February 2012. Our headquarters are in Aberdeen, but we place our people near the companies and markets in which they invest. Today we have staff based in 23 countries.
Aberdeen New Thai Investment Trust
Bow Bells House 1 Bread Street
London, LO EC4M 9HH
Phone: 0500 00 00 40
SIC Code: 6726
Investing in a balanced Asian economy
Risk factors you should consider prior to investing: In common with most investment companies, investment trusts may borrow to finance further investment (gearing). The use of gearing is likely to lead to volatility in the Net Asset Value (NAV) meaning that a relatively small movement, down or up, in the value of a trust’s assets will result in a magnified movement, in the same direction, of that NAV. Movements in exchange rates can impact on both the level of income received and the capital value of your investment. If the currency of your country of residence strengthens against the currency in which the underlying investment of the Trust are made, the value of your investment will reduce and vica versa. The Trust invests in emerging markets which tend to be more volatile than mature markets and the value of your investment could move sharply up or down. In some circumstances the underlying investments may become illiquid which may constrain the Investment Manager’s ability to realise some or all of the portfolio. The registration and settlement arrangements in emerging markets may be less developed than in more mature markets so the operational risks of investing are higher. Political risks and adverse economic circumstances are more likely to arise putting the value of your investment at risk. The value of shares and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may get back less than the amount invested. Past performance is not a guide to the future. Exposure to a single country market increases potential volatility. There is no guarantee that the market price of shares in the Trust will fully reflect their underlying Net Asset Value. As with all stock exchange investments the value of investment trust shares purchased will immediately fall by the difference between the buying and selling prices, the bid-offer spread.