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Notice of temporary dealing suspension

Important information about the threadneedle uk property authorised investment fund (threadneedle paif) and its feeder fund, threadneedle uk property authorised trust (feeder fund) (“the fund”).

To protect the interests of investors in the funds, Columbia Threadneedle Investments has temporarily suspended dealing in the Threadneedle UK Property Authorised Investment Fund (Threadneedle PAIF) and the Threadneedle UK Property Authorised Trust (Feeder Fund) from 12 noon on 18 March 2020. This means investors are temporarily unable to buy or sell shares in the Threadneedle PAIF or its Feeder Fund. Any requests to transact after 12 noon on 17 March have not been actioned and new requests will not be accepted. We have taken this action following discussions with the funds’ depositary, Citibank Europe Plc, UK Branch. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been notified.

Why us for Real Estate?

UK commercial real estate can provide the key to unlocking potential long-term, risk-adjusted returns. As a strong investment manager within the asset class, we have the experience, skills and expertise to target and actively manage quality holdings.

  1. Established in 1994, we have a stable and experienced management team with an average of 22 years continuous group employment
  2. Real estate assets totaling over £7 billion across every region and sector of the UK*
  3. Consistent, income-focused investment philosophy, delivered through specialist, active asset management
  4. As a major owner of real estate across the UK, we focus on quality assets and favour locations with low supply and strong occupational demand to maximise income stability
  5. We believe investing responsibly in real estate is complementary to our core objective of delivering strong risk-adjusted investment returns for our clients.

*Source: Columbia Threadneedle Investments as at 31 December 2019

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Market Monitor – 30 November 2020

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Market Monitor – 23 October 2020

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16 October 2020

Market Monitor – 16 October 2020

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2 October 2020

Market Monitor – 02 October 2020

Global stock markets have bounced back from recent lows thanks to some positive economic data as well as fresh hopes of new stimulus measures in Europe and the United States.
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25 September 2020

Market Monitor – 25 September 2020

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6 May 2022

Mark King

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Rising interest rates and the threat of a new global recession have caused renewed turbulence on stock markets around the world this week, with high levels of uncertainty and anxiety among investors leading to major swings.
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8 April 2022

Mark King

Head of Investment Content

Market Monitor - 8 April 2022

The threat of tighter monetary policy and the expectation of further negative economic impacts from the war in Ukraine have driven global share prices lower this week.
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25 March 2022

Mark King

Head of Investment Content

Market Monitor - 25 March 2022

Global stock markets have enjoyed a more or less positive week as investors have once again been happy to focus on whatever good news they can find.
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17 March 2022

Gene Tannuzzo

Global Head of Fixed Income

Alasdair Ross

Head of European Fixed Income

Brian Lavin

Head of High Yield

Credit Threads: Nowhere to hide

The first quarter of 2022 has seen fixed income markets experience an atypical correlation tantrum, with negative returns across regions and sectors. We speak to Gene Tannuzzo, Global Head of Fixed Income at Columbia Threadneedle Investments; Alasdair Ross, Head of European Fixed Income; and Brian Lavin, Head of High Yield, to find out why they are behaving this way.
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11 March 2022

Mark King

Head of Investment Content

Market Monitor - 11 March 2022

Stock markets around the world have endured another turbulent week, with fears about the economic impact of the war in Ukraine continuing to dominate sentiment.
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4 March 2022

Mark King

Head of Investment Content

Market Monitor - 4 March 2022

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has again dominated global markets this week, with uncertainty about the likely outcome of the war driving yet more sharp losses.
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Threadneedle Property Authorised Investment Fund

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