The Investment Association (IA) is set to unveil proposals for a new type of fund, which would seek to avert liquidity crises such as the one engulfing the Woodford Equity Income fund.
New rules and guidelines for so-called "long-term asset funds" have been in development by an IA working group over the past year, the details of which are set to be outlined at the trade body's conference...
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