Ex-Woodford trust proposes investment policy changes to remove restrictions

To help Schroders rebalance portfolio

David Brenchley
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SUPP's healthcare weighting is "a key strength"
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SUPP's healthcare weighting is "a key strength"

The board of Schroder UK Public Private trust (SUPP) has proposed tweaks to its investment policy, as its new management team looks to "rebalance the portfolio towards what they believe is a more sustainable risk/reward profile".

Changes for shareholder approval include a reduction in the minimum number of holdings in the portfolio to 30, from 40 previously, and the removal of the limit on unquoted holdings of up to 80% of ...

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