Foreign Credit Facilities in the United Kingdom: A Sketch of Post-War Development and Present Status

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APPENDIX IV

SECTION A

PRINCIPAL BRITISH INVESTMENT TRUST COMPANIES ORGANIZED ACCORDING TO THEIR AGAIN GROUPINGS

Figures for outstanding capital of various kinds are taken from Mathieson's "Stock Exchanges Ten Year Record" ( 1922).1 Those starred are companies whose earnings are analysed in chapter XI.

Not all of the companies listed here are, strictly speaking, investment trusts. A few companies doing in part a financing or mortgage business are included in order to keep the groups intact. This exception applies at most to ten or a dozen companies scattered throughout the groups.

1. The Companies in which Robert Fleming & Company have direct interest.
Ordinary
Stock orPreferredDebenture
Shares outStock outStock out
standingstandingstanding
in 1921in 1921in 1921
£££
* Alliance Trust Co., Ltd.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .400,0001,100,000
* British Investment Trust Ltd. . . . . . . . . .800,0001,200,0001,635,550
* Caledonian Trust Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200,000300,000
____________________
1
This publication is entitled, in full, "Stock" Exchanges, London and Provincial Ten Year Record"; and is compiled by Frederick C. Matheson & Sons It contains figures for the more active companies only, or for those whose issues are traded in on the exchanges. Many discrepancies appear when these figures are checked with company reports and in finding the outstanding capital of any trust it is advisable to consult the "Stock" Exchange Official Intelligence" ( 1922), or the latest company reports. Because of the incompleteness of the figures for a number of companies, the separate totals are not given above. The figures denote merely outstanding capital and should not be taken as identical with nominal, or even issued, capital.

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