03/10/2022

TIME Investments commended in two categories at the Investment Life & Pensions Moneyfacts Awards 2022

On Thursday 15 September TIME Investments once again attended the Investment Life & Pensions Moneyfacts Awards 2022 where we were thrilled to be commended in two …

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27/09/2022

TIME:AIM launches on leading adviser platform Transact

TIME:AIM, the award-winning Inheritance Tax (IHT) planning service from TIME Investments, is now available to professional financial advisers through leading investment platform, Transact. TIME:AIM offers a …

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22/09/2022

New research shows advisers expect to increase real estate asset allocations over the next six months

Unique property fund offers a hybrid exposure of listed real estate securities and direct long income properties, demonstrating lower volatility than a portfolio of REITs and …

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02/09/2022

Going long to hedge against inflation

A challenging macroeconomic environment means investors are reassessing portfolios. We look at how long income property assets offer inflation linkage without compromising on growth potential.   …

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02/09/2022

TIME Investments shortlisted in three categories at the Growth Investor Awards 2022

We are delighted to be shortlisted as a finalist at the 2022 Growth Investor Awards in the below three categories:   Best BR Investment Manager – …

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