MSCI: Seven UCITS funds in danger of Woodford-style liquidity crisis

Breaching SEC rules

David Brenchley
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Is there another Woodford?
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Is there another Woodford?

Seven European-domiciled UCITS funds could be at risk of a liquidity crisis due to holding too many illiquid assets, research from MSCI has found.

The data and index provider screened around 400 UCITS funds, in a blog post titled Is there another Woodford waiting to happen?, to find out whether there was potential for another episode such as that...

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