Treasury Committee presses FCA to conclude Woodford investigation

‘As swift as possible’

James Baxter-Derrington
clock • 1 min read
Disgraced fund manager Neil Woodford
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Disgraced fund manager Neil Woodford

Chair of the Treasury Committee Mel Stride has called on the Financial Conduct Authority to bring its investigation of the collapsed Woodford Equity Income fund to a conclusion.

In a letter from Stride to chief executive of the FCA Nikhil Rathi, the chair said he expects the investigation and any regulator action to be resourced so as to enable "as swift as possible a conclusion"...

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