Brexit volatility in the first half of the year caused asset managers to suffer their highest ever quarterly outflows in Q2, and net redemptions for two consecutive quarters for the first time in 30 years, according to the latest Pridham Report.
In the quarter covering the EU referendum, the report found investors withdrawing cash in June led to the highest ever outflows. However, eight out of the ten largest fund groups saw an increase in...
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