[READ] FE Trustnet: Mark Slater: The bell has been rung and people are coming back to the UK

[READ] This is Money: SLATER GROWTH: Manager Mark Slater is meticulous about the way he finds stocks for his £721m fund – to ensure they can sustain growth

[READ] The Telegraph: ‘Money has started to flow back into Britain – the Brexit deal is unequivocally positive’

Slater Growth’s Mark Slater tells Telegraph Money why now is the time to back British businesses  

[WATCH] piworld 2020 round up interview: Mark Slater

Mark Slater, Chairman & CIO, Slater Investments, looks back at 2020. Codemasters (CDM) played out very well, as anticipated. The learnings repeated: in a crisis, don’t panic and take advantage of it; aggressively. Finally, Mark gives us his expectations for the UK markets in 2021, which he feels are attractive.

[WATCH] Mark Slater: three great growth shares I have been buying

Mark Slater, manager of the Slater Growth fund , names three top growth businesses he has bought in 2020. He also explains why his fund has outperformed rivals over the past year and talks through changes made to his portfolio since the March crash.

Good Money Guide: Mark Slater, Chairman of Slater Investments on the life and times of being a fund manager

[READ] The Times – Fund Focus: The lowdown on Slater Growth Fund

[LISTEN] MoneyWeek podcast with Mark Slater: Why UK stocks are so unpopular right now

Merryn talks to Mark Slater of the Slater Growth fund about why investors have abandoned the UK – and why they are wrong to have done so. Plus, he picks two of his favourite British stocks.     

[LISTEN] CityWire Funds Fanatic podcast with Mark Slater: Real market panic was all too brief in this crisis

Veteran UK stock market investor made 35 times his money on a single stock in the financial crisis. This time those opportunities haven’t arisen.

FE Trustnet: Mark Slater on why a great business is like pornography by Anthony Luzio

The manager of the Slater Growth fund says what makes a great business is highly subjective, but in the words of former associate justice Potter Stewart, “I know it when I see it”.