Alistair Wilson: Three issues FCA must solve in 180-day property redemptions plan

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Alistair Wilson: "This is an important, progressive piece of work, but it could lead to profound change – for asset managers, platform operators, financial advisers, and investors."
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Alistair Wilson: "This is an important, progressive piece of work, but it could lead to profound change – for asset managers, platform operators, financial advisers, and investors."

Proposed notice periods are intriguing, writes Alistair Wilson, but there are three problems the FCA must take the opportunity to solve...

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) wants to even up a liquidity mismatch in open-ended property funds. Hear, hear. With property funds needing to be suspended more frequently over the last de...

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