At BlackRock we see investment trusts differently. The world is undergoing political, economic and demographic change. For some, change means challenges but at BlackRock we see opportunity. We have a range of 9 investment trusts, from multi-asset to specialist. We use leading systems and experts to invest in the fastest growing countries and most successful companies across the world.
Latin America – the bigger picture
Should Latin America be back on the radar for emerging market investors? Capital at risk.
The natural resources sector is changing: investors may want to rethink their long-held views. Capital at risk.
Frontier markets may appear a riskier option than more developed markets, but they can bring three key characteristics to a portfolio. Capital at risk.
BlackRock portfolio manager Roland Arnold explains how investors can access this vast selection of stocks. Capital at risk.
BlackRock portfolio manager Adam Avigdori assesses investment opportunities in a time of political and economic uncertainty. Capital at risk.
BlackRock portfolio manager Stefan Gries on why he looks for firms with few competitors and a premium product. Capital at risk.
Reflecting on the last 25 years, BlackRock World Mining Trust managers, give their perspective on what to expect in the next 25 years. Capital at risk.
Find out how new technology is driving dividends. Capital at risk.
The Company aims to provide an attractive and growing level of income return with capital appreciation over the long term, predominantly through investment in a diversified portfolio of primarily large-cap US equities.
The Company aims to provide shareholders with long-term capital growth and an attractive total return by investing primarily in UK smaller companies and mid-capitalisation companies traded on the London Stock Exchange.
The Company aims to provide growth in capital and income over the long term through investment in a diversified portfolio of principally UK listed equities.
The Company’s investment objective is to achieve long-term capital growth from investment in companies operating in Frontier Markets or whose stocks are listed on the stock markets of such countries.
The Company aims to achieve long-term capital growth for shareholders through investment mainly in smaller UK quoted companies.
The Company aims to provide capital growth, primarily through investment in a focused portfolio constructed from a combination of the securities of large, mid and small capitalisation European companies, together with some investment in the developing markets of Europe.
The Company aims to achieve an annual dividend target and, over the long term, capital growth by investing primarily in securities of companies operating in the mining and energy sectors.
The Company aims to secure long-term capital growth and an attractive total return primarily through investing in quoted securities in Latin America.