Temple Bar Investment Trust PLC (TMPL)
Temple Bar Investment Trust PLC was incorporated on June 24, 1926. It is an investment company. Its business activity of investment management is sub-contracted to Investec Asset Management Limited. Its investment objective is to provide growth in income and capital to achieve a long-term total return greater than the benchmark FTSE All-Share Index, through investment primarily in UK securities. Its policy is to invest in a broad spread of securities with typically the majority of the portfolio selected from the constituents of the FTSE 100 Index...
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