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The North American Income Trust PLC

The North American Income Trust PLC

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


: | London Stock Exchange: NAIT


Objective of The North American Income Trust Plc: To provide investors with above average dividend income and long term capital growth through active management of a portfolio consisting predominantly of S&P 500 US equities. Dividends - paid semi-annually in first year; quarterly thereafter.

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.

Executives

James Ferguson, Chairman and Senior Independent Director
James Ferguson, appointed on 12 March 2002, is a former chairman and director of Stewart Ivory and a former deputy chairman of the AIC. He is the chairman of Monks Investment Trust, The Scottish Oriental Smaller Companies Investment Trust, Value and Income Trust, Audax Properties and Northern 3 VCT and a director of The Independent Investment Trust.
Guy Crawford, Independent Non-Executive Director
Guy Crawford, appointed on 8 March 2004, has over 30 years experience of investment management and is a chartered accountant. He is a former senior investment manager of Caledonia Investments and has served on the AIC Tax Committee.
Archie Hunter, Independent Non-Executive Director
Archie Hunter, appointed on 1 September 2003, is a chartered accountant and former president of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and former managing partner of KPMG Scotland.

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