Invesco disposes of illiquid assets across UK equity mandates

Liquidity review

Beth Brearley
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Invesco's Mark Barnett
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Invesco's Mark Barnett

Invesco has made the decision to sell out of illiquid holdings in its UK equity mandates and reallocate capital to large- and mid-cap holdings.

The decision follows an ongoing review into the underlying liquidity in the funds, notably Mark Barnett's £4.6bn Invesco High Income and £2.1bn Invesco Income funds, which have come under scrutiny ...

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