THE FSCS has opened the floodgates for the 30,000 investors in Exeter Fund Managers' split cap funds to claim compensation after it declared the firm in default.
The organisation said Exeter Fund Managers Limited (EFML) had not described the level of risk accurately on three of its portfolios after April 1 2001, meaning investors could have been misled. The...
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