Two years since Woodford: A turning point amid endless questions?

The book has been written - twice

James Baxter-Derrington
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Investment Week's James Baxter-Derrington
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Investment Week's James Baxter-Derrington

It has now been two years since Neil Woodford showed his last act of unqualified contrition, apologising to investors as he and Link Fund Solutions agreed to suspend the soon-to-be doomed Woodford Equity Income fund.

In that time, four law firms have launched class action lawsuits against authorised corporate director Link (and two against Hargreaves Lansdown), the Treasury Select Committee has appointed a new head...

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