Could property funds' woes spill over into multi-asset vehicles?

Concerns about contagion risk

Natalie Kenway
Could property funds' woes spill over into multi-asset vehicles?

Concerns have started to emerge about multi-asset funds' exposure to the beleaguered property sector, according to reports over the weekend.

Some of the sector's biggest providers, including SLI, M&G, Henderson, Aviva Investors, and Columbia Threadneedle, have suspended trading in their open-ended property vehicles amid a post-Brexit vote rush...

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