- British Assets Trust
British Assets Trust (lse|BSET) is a large British
investment trustdedicated to investments in major international businesses, particularly FTSE 100companies. Established in 1898, the company is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. The Chairmanis William Thomson.
The fund is managed by
F&C Asset Management.
* [http://www.fandc.com Official site]
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