TIME is delighted to announce we have been shortlisted in two categories at the upcoming 2019 Specialist Investment Awards, hosted by Investment Week.

TIME:Commercial Long Income which looks to invest in commercial property with long-dated income streams won in the Property & Real Estate sector at last year’s event and has been shortlisted again this year within the same category.

As a result of last year’s win, the judges hailed this “unique fund as a stand out investment, offering an exceptional pedigree of income generation with an outstanding risk profile, as well as being an excellent diversifier from main stream bricks and mortar”.

TIME’s infrastructure fund, TIME:Defensive Income Solutions which invests in a diversified, yet balanced portfolio has been shortlisted within the Factor-Based & Smart Beta category.

Simon Clark, Specialist Business Development Manager at TIME said “I’m thrilled TIME:Defensive Income Securities has been shortlisted, it’s great for the fund and the team to be recognised within the sector. Infrastructure funds have grown in prominence over the last year or so, and we’re excited for how much potential the fund has”.

The winners will be announced at a lunchtime awards ceremony which is taking place on Friday 18th October in Central London.

Posted: 16/09/2019 Categories: Awards, Infrastructure, News, TIME:Commercial Long Income, TIME:UK Infrastructure Income

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