Neil Woodford could be set for windfall from AIM-listed tech firm

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Neil Woodford's St James's Place fund is in line for a rapid windfall from one of its investments after Daisy Group said its chief executive was plotting a £500m bid for the company.

The former star fund manager of Invesco Perpetual, (pictured) who recently set up Woodford Investment Management, declared a stake of almost 4% in Daisy Group in May when its shares were 170p. He stands...

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