Search Results

Important Information

We want to make investing with us simple and straightforward for all of our clients.

Please select your investor type from the options below.

Alternatively you can register or log in to an existing account.

Please note that by making your selection here you are agreeing to the Woodford Investment Management Ltd Privacy Statement and to our Terms and Conditions.

18 results found for `Grant`
Showing page 1 of 2


Board announcements

28 June 2019 11 min read

Board changes 2 September 2019 The Board of Woodford Patient Capital Trust plc (the “Company” or “WPCT”) announces the appointment of Jane Tufnell as an independent non-executive director with immediate effect. Jane will also become a member of the Audit, Risk and Valuation and Management Engagement Committees. Jane joins the Board with extensive investment trust

Read more


October roundup

Mitchell Fraser-Jones 2 November 2018 5 min read

October was a brutal month for risk assets, with all regional stock markets suffering heavy intra-month falls, before staging a rally in the last few days. As is often the case in market corrections, it’s difficult to pinpoint any one trigger for market declines, but they broadly coincided with signs of weaker global economic activity and a decisive move higher in 10-year US Treasury yields.

Read more


Patient Capital Trust update, October 2017

Mitchell Fraser-Jones 17 November 2017 4 min read

In October, we continued to see meaningful operational progress across a number of holdings, with encouraging news coming from the likes of Idex, ReNeuron and Mereo BioPharma…

Read more


Overall macroeconomic impact

8 November 2017 14 min read

Chapter highlights Although economic growth did slow in early 2017, it shows signs of reviving, prompting the Bank of England to raise interest rates for the first time in ten years earlier this month. Although political uncertainty is set to continue, it shouldn’t weigh on the economy to a greater extent than it has done

Read more


Life sciences

8 November 2017 10 min read

Chapter highlights In contrast to the stories with respect to manufacturing and financial services, the impact of Brexit should be more limited when it comes to life sciences. Participation in many life sciences-related EU programmes is possible for countries outside the union, and Britain could continue to be involved in many of these. Life sciences

Read more


Financial services

8 November 2017 14 min read

Chapter highlights Given the size of gross financial services exports to EU countries (£22bn), anything that may upset that flow should be of concern. Considerable media attention has focused on the possible end of so-called ‘passporting’ rights, which allow firms based in Britain to sell into other European Economic Area countries without having a base

Read more



8 November 2017 7 min read

Chapter highlights Migration from the EU has been high in recent years, driven primarily by surges from eastern Europe and the relative outperformance, by the UK economy, of the euro-zone. Migration is sensitive to both political and economic influences, and this has been most recently demonstrated by the drop in EU migration following the referendum.

Read more



8 November 2017 39 min read

Chapter highlights The EU is Britain’s largest trading partner, but has been declining in importance and is likely to continue to do so. Nevertheless, with Britain likely to leave both the single market and the customs union in due course, it is likely that trade with Europe will grow more slowly in value terms, and

Read more


Where are we now?

8 November 2017 9 min read

The performance of the economy overall after Brexit will be determined by the Brexit settlement (whether there will be a deal) and also by what happens afterwards (the extent of policy activism). Vigorous policy activism is inevitable in the case of ‘no deal’. Thus, three macroeconomic scenarios are plausible: ‘No deal’ ‘Compromise deal’ ‘Deal with

Read more


Behind the curve

David McWilliams 18 July 2017 11 min read

Is technology taking over our world and what does it mean for the global economy and for our way of thinking about the world? In this update, we look at the connections between technological innovation, low productivity, wage deflation and the conundrum faced by central banks everywhere…

Read more

Woodford Investment Management Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (firm reference number 745433). Incorporated in England and Wales, company number 10118169. Registered address 9400 Garsington Road, Oxford OX4 2HN.

Woodford Patient Capital Trust plc is incorporated in England and Wales, company number 09405653. Registered as an investment company under section 833 of the Companies Act 2006. Registered address Beaufort House, 51 New North Road, Exeter, EX4 4EP.

© 2019 Woodford Investment Management Ltd.
All rights reserved.

Are you sure?

By disagreeing you will no longer have access to our site and will be logged out.

Privacy Preference Center

Experience Tracking

Lets our analytics service track you across our different websites and enables data sharing among our different marketing tools.

AMCV_[Tracker ID]@AdobeOrg (Adobe), [Tracker ID]@AdobeOrg (Adobe)
Adobe Analytics (helps us provide you with more relevant experiences and content based on your likely interests). Cookies: demdex, dextp, dpm, DST, DSTJS
Twitter personalisation (by better understanding how devices are related, Twitter can use information from one device to help personalize the Twitter experience on another device). Cookies: personalization_id
Heap Analytics (provides metrics on user behaviour and actions throughout the site). Cookies: _gid, _hp2_id.[Tracker ID],_hp2_props.[Tracker ID], _ga, _mkto_trk, optimizelyBuckets, optimizelyEndUserId, optimizelySegments, raygun4js-userid, _attribution_referrer, _csrf
Adobe Analytics (provides you with more relevant experiences and marketing messages based on your likely interests). Cookies: _tmae ,ev_sync_dd,ev_sync_yh,everest_g_v2,gglck

Traffic Metrics

Allows Woodford to aggregate information on website usage and popular content

_ga, _gid
Google Analytics (tracks and reports website traffic and user behaviour): Cookie: CONSENT
New Relic (application and server performance monitoring – allows us to spot problems with our website code and improve them to keep things running smoothly). Cookie: JSESSIONID
Adobe Analytics (provides you with more relevant experiences and marketing messages based on your likely interests). Cookies: __qca,__smToken, _ga, _mkto_trk, _rtbmedia

Search History

Populates the 'recent searches' section of the website navigation.


Close your account?

Your account will be closed and all data will be permanently deleted and cannot be recovered. Are you sure?