Murray Income Trust Plc

Murray Income Trust Plc

Sector: Unit Investment Trusts, Face-Amount Certificate Offices, and Closed-End Management Investment Offices Region: United Kingdom

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Objective of Murray Income Trust Plc: The objective of Murray Income Trust PLC is to achieve a high and growing income combined with capital growth through investment in a portfolio principally of UK equities.

About Aberdeen Asset Management Plc: Aberdeen Asset Management Plc is a global investment management group that manages assets for both institutional and retail clients from offices around the world. The company operates independently and only manages assets for third parties, allowing it to focus solely on their needs without conflicts of interest. Its clients access investment expertise across the three asset classes including equities, fixed income and property. The company was founded on July 1, 1983 and is headquartered in Aberdeen, UK.

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Patrick Gifford , Chairman and Independent Non-Executive Director
Patrick Gifford was appointed a Director in July 1999 and Chairman in October 2004. He was previously a director of Robert Fleming Holdings and chairman of Fleming Investment Trust Management and Vtesse Networks. He is chairman of Martin Currie Pacific Trust, and is also a director of AlphaGen Aldebaran Fund Ltd, Invesco Perpetual Select Trust and Tapestry Investment Company PCC Ltd.
Donald Cameron, Independent Non-Executive Director
Donald Cameron was appointed a Director in September 2012. He qualified at the Bar of England and Wales in 2002. Having transferred to the Faculty of Advocates, he was called to the Scottish Bar in 2005, and now practises as an Advocate in Scotland. He is a non-executive director of Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust plc.
Neil Honebon , Independent Non-Executive Director
Neil Honebon was appointed a director on 4 August 2005. He was formerly a Director of Fleming Family and Partners Asset Management, where he was Chief Investment Officer. He has 30 years' experience in investment analysis and research and, while previously at Flemings, he was Head of Global Researach and deputy chair of the asset allocation committee. He is also a director of Volantis and Octanis, two hedge funds wtihin Gartmore's AlphaGen range.
Jean Park, Independent Non-Executive Director
Jean Park was appointed a Director on 2 July 2012. She was Group Chief Risk Officer at Phoenix Group until June 2013. Prior to that, she was Risk Management Director of the Insurance and Investments Division of Lloyds TSB and, before that, Head of Compliance and Audit at Scottish Widows.
Neil Rogan, Independent Non-Executive Director
Neil Rogan was appointed a Director on 26 November 2013. He is former Head of the Global Equities Team at both Gartmore and Henderson and former Head of International Equities, as well as a former member of the Investment Division Executive Committee, at Gartmore. He has previously managed Fleming Far Eastern Investment Trust and, while at Touche Remnant, he worked on TR Pacific Basin Investment Trust, TR Technology Trust and Bankers Investment Trust.
David Woods, Independent Non-Executive Director
David Woods was born in Liverpool and educated at the Universities of Cambridge and Sheffield. He is currently non-executive chairman of Royal Liver Assurance, and a non-executive director of Standard Life UK Smaller Companies Trust plc and of The Moller Centre for Continuing Education. He is also Chairman of the Pension Fund Trustees for all of the UK companies in the Steria Group, a trustee of the Scottish Provident Pension Fund, and a member of the Court, and Chairman of the Audit Committee, of Heriot-Watt University.

Qualifying as a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in 1973, David has spent nearly 40 years working in the life insurance and investment industries both in the UK and abroad, Between 1988 and 2002, he was Group Managing Director of The Scottish Provident Group where he eventually managed that organisation through the process of its demutualisation and successful sale to the Abbey National Group.

He is married with three children, and lives in Edinburgh.

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