Seneca IM re-enters Woodford Patient Capital amid market 'over-emotion'

Originally held the trust in 2015

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Richard Parfect of Seneca Investment Managers
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Richard Parfect of Seneca Investment Managers

Seneca Investment Managers has re-invested in the Woodford Patient Capital trust through its Diversified Income and Diversified Growth funds, with the trust's current discount of 13.9% representing a "huge opportunity" for investors amid "over-emotion" about the recent underperformance of open-ended funds, according to manager Richard Parfect.

Seneca IM had originally held the now-embattled Woodford trust at IPO in 2015, before reducing its exposure in June and finally exiting entirely by the end of that year when shares were trading at ...

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