Listed Investment Companies
Listed Investment Companies (LICs) are a type of investment listed on the ASX. LICs offer many of the advantages of direct share ownership, without the time, effort or expertise that it usually demands.
Listed Investment Companies (LICs)
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A listed investment company (LIC) is an investment listed on a stock exchange that is incorporated as a company. LICs operate similarly to a managed fund as they have a manager who operates its investments. An LIC does not usually issue or cancel shares in the fund to mirror demand, i.e. they are close-ended. As a LIC is a company, investors in the LIC receive dividends.