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Which investment structure is best for you? 

Contrarian Investor

Which investment structure is best for you? 

The answer to that question will be unique to you and your investing goals. In our latest Whitepaper, we take an in-depth look at Unit Trusts and Listed Investment Companies. 


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Investors who either do not have the time or the inclination to follow the share market so closely, may want to consider outsourcing some of the management of their funds to Montgomery Investment Management.

To learn more about our funds, please click here, or contact David Buckland, on 02 8046 5000 or at dbuckland@montinvest.com.


Scott joined Montgomery Investment Management in 2013. Scott joined the firm from BlackRock Investment Management, where he was Managing Director, Head of Retail Australia for 12 years.

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  1. David Christensen

    During the GFC some MI via unit trusts were frozen providing no liquidity. The MI manger still has to sell the underlying assets to fund the redemptions. Under these, albeit unusual, circumstances at least the LIC provided some liquidity as the owners of the shares in the LIC could trade these in the market without forcing the underlying assets to be sold. Valuation is another matter but I would argue that there is better liquidity in LIC under these circumstances.

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