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|... Woodford Equity Income Fund was spectacularly wound up after its namesake star fundie Neil Woodford offered an emotional YouTube apology for the fund's liquidity problems. However, the proposed class action brought by UK firm RGL Management is not ...|
|... Andrew Hewison. The sessions have proved so popular, FEW Connect now has over 1200 subscribers logging in each week via YouTube and Facebook Live. "This was really just about showing up for our members and now they've taken on a life of their own and ...|
|... them now appeared to be worthless. The promise that customers would own the website was apparently touted as security. YouTube user Emilia Gardner, a former lawyer, shared a series of videos attempting to warn people off schemes like The Income Store. ...|
|The star UK fund manager who infamously took to YouTube to issue a heartfelt apology for his fund being suspended, has had his name erased from his flagship trust as investment responsibilities are transferred to another manager. The Woodford Patient ...|
|... assets in a proportion which presented serious issues for the fund. The suspension famously resulted in Woodford taking to YouTube to issue an emotional apology . Just one day before his resignation, Link appointed BlackRock Advisers as transition manager ...|
|... decision. The fund had been suspended due to liquidity issues since June this year, when Woodford famously issued a tearful YouTube apology to investors whose money was frozen. In August, Link extended the suspension. It said at the time the WEIF was ...|
|... giving an embattled Neil Woodford fund added flexibility on a £150 million loan. The British fundie famously took to YouTube to apologise to investors after his fund had to freeze redemptions over illiquidity in the Woodford Equity Income trust. The ...|
|Northern Trust will have to approve any investments made by Neil Woodford, who famously took to YouTube to apologise for the suspension of his fund, in a fresh blow for the fundie. On Friday, Woodford Patient Capital Trust announced to the London Stock ...|
|Activist short-seller Muddy Waters is shorting Burford Capital, YouTube fundie Neil Woodford's second largest holding in his embattled fund. Burford Capital is a lawsuit financier; Muddy Waters says it is taking a short position on Burford because ...|
|... suspended, but Woodford is still charging management fees. Neil Woodford, who famously offered investors a remorseful YouTube apology upon the initial suspension, said: "I understand the frustration, inconvenience and anxiety the continued suspension ...|
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BNP Paribas Asset Management's investments chief for the Asia Pacific has retired after more than three decades of service.
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J.P. Morgan has begun moving its Australian customers over to its global accounting system, which will give local clients access to additional services.
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The masterfunds sector lost $38.4 billion over the 2019-20 financial year but has almost recovered the losses instigated by the global pandemic, the latest Plan For Life data show.
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A boutique manager has launched its Bermuda-based fund to the Australian market, with underlying assets in US life insurance policies.
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