Gresham House & Numis
educational series: Module 5
Gresham House & Numis
educational series: Module 5

An educational series examining the smaller end of the UK equity market as represented by the Numis Smaller Companies Index.

An educational series examining the smaller end of the UK equity market as represented by the Numis Smaller Companies Index.

Gresham House educational webinar series: Numis Smaller Companies Index

When it comes to investing, smaller companies are often dismissed as being too risky, too expensive and generally weaker businesses than their larger counterparts.

In this educational series of five modules, in partnership with Gresham House, Professor Paul Marsh and Scott Evans of the London Business School, and part of the team behind the Numis Smaller Companies Index (NSCI), examine the smaller end of the UK equity market as represented by the Numis Smaller Companies Index.

The Numis indices were launched at the start of 1987. They have been published continuously for 33 years and prior to this have a 32-year history which dates to 1955. Since their launch, they have provided the definitive benchmark for monitoring the performance of smaller UK companies.

With the aim of developing a better understanding of smaller companies in the UK market, this series gives valuable insights as well as providing structured CPD learning.

5. Numis Smaller Companies Index: Factors driving small-caps

Module includes:

  • A look at dividend growth within smaller caps and how this compares to large caps
  • Are all small caps growth stocks?
  • An examination of other style effects within the NSCI, including income, momentum and low volatility
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