UK property funds impose liquidity limits - reports

Trio of houses imposed redeptions on some property funds

James Baxter-Derrington
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Three UK fund managers have imposed redemption limits on some property funds due to ongoing volatility in markets.

According to the FT, Schroders, Columbia Threadneedle and BlackRock have all had to restrict withdrawals from their funds as liquidity tightens across property funds once again. Columbia Threadneedle has shifted from daily to monthly redemptions across its £2.3bn Threadneedle Pensions Pooled Property fund, citing "liquidity constraints resulting from the recent market volatility and a subsequent increase in redemption requests". BlackRock's UK Property fund has imposed unknown additional redemption restrictions on its £3.5bn AUM, after receiving significant withdrawal requests in Q2. ...

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