15/06/2021

A real alternative for income investors

Income investors saw dividends slashed by 44% in 2020 falling to £61.9 billion1 as UK companies battled against the volatile economic conditions brought on by the …

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28/05/2021

TIME shortlisted in two categories at the 2021 Investment Life & Pensions Moneyfacts Awards

We are delighted to announce that TIME Investments has been shortlisted in two categories at the 2021 Investment Life & Pensions Moneyfacts Awards. TIME has been …

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20/05/2021

What next for UK property investors?

A conversation with Nigel Ashfield and Roger Skeldon.  As we come out of a period of suspensions and turbulence for UK direct property funds, many investors …

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30/04/2021

TIME Investments promotes Chris Cox to Co-Fund Manager of TIME:UK Infrastructure Income on its third anniversary

TIME Investments (TIME), an alternative investment manager specialising in asset-backed income funds has promoted Chris Cox, CFA to Co-Fund Manager of TIME:UK Infrastructure Income. Chris will …

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20/04/2021

The growing need for Inheritance Tax planning

It is a popular misconception that only the very wealthy will have an exposure to Inheritance Tax (IHT). Increasingly, more and more families are finding that …

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