Funds designed to meet the needs of professional investors
Our funds are tailored to support a series of different investment objectives
With assets under management in excess of £1 billion, Church House Investment Management is a fund and portfolio manager offering specialist services to individuals, financial professionals and institutions.
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Registered in England and Wales No. 03475556 Investors should be aware that past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results and that the price of shares and other investments, and the income derived from them, may fall as well as rise and the amount realised may be less than the original sum invested. Church House Investments Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority
At Church House our offer to investment professionals includes a range of funds designed to meet differing clients objectives and risk tolerances.
At Church House we understand that no two people or families are the same. Choice and flexibility are critical to ensuring our clients receive suitable investment solutions for their personal needs and aspirations.
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Working alongside such as solicitors and accountants to deliver positive client outcomes
28th Sep 2021
‘Put that bloody machine down and come speak to your parents!!’ … is my take on what the Communist Party of China said to the children of China on 31st August 2021.
24th Sep 2021
The Federal Reserve clearly signalled that a tapering of asset purchases is coming soon and will then look to hike rates.
22nd Sep 2021
Our Tenax activity piece took an August break so this note covers the past two months, almost taking us to the end of Q3.
17th Sep 2021
Fire up the Grange Hill theme tune, summer is over, and it is back to school (and work) for the UK population.
15th Sep 2021
Developed World Markets as a whole have risen slightly over this past five weeks but it hasn’t felt that good.
14th Sep 2021
August was another heartening month for London’s small and mid-cap markets, which have been leaving the FTSE 100 in their distant wake recently.
9th Sep 2021
The beginning and end of August proved to be busier than expected for credit markets.
8th Sep 2021
The Dog Days of Summer brought scorching weather across Europe, with Sicily reaching furnace-like temperatures of just under 49 degrees Celsius, yet the markets lived up to their August reputation for quiet, low volume trading, albeit positive.