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Split Capital Investment Trust
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|-|An investment trust, or collective investment company that sells shares and then pools the proceeds to buy shares in other companies, thereby creating an investment [[ Portfolio| portfolio]]. [[Investment Trusts|Investment trusts]] contrast with unit trusts and mutual funds, which do not make specific [[Share|share]] offerings but sell and redeem their shares on a continuing [[ Basis| basis]] according to investor demand. Split [[Capital|capital]] trusts sell more than one class of shares to their investors , with some offering higher [[Dividend|dividend]] [[Income|income]] and others higher capital growth to meet the particular [[Risk|risk]] preference and tax [[ Position| position]] of the purchasers. |+|
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Split capital investment trusts are collective investment firms similar to unit trusts and mutual funds. They offer more than one class of shares to their investors to meet the particular risk preference and tax position of their clients. Some offer higher dividend income and others higher capital growth.