Woodford Equity Income 'inadvertently' breaches 10% unquoted stocks limit again

After two of its holdings de-listed

David Brenchley
Neil Woodford of Woodford Investment Management

Neil Woodford of Woodford Investment Management

The Woodford Equity Income fund (WEIF) has breached UCITS rules limiting the amount of unquoted stocks a fund can hold to 10% once more after two of its investee companies de-listed from their stockmarkets.

Artificial intelligence platform Benevolent AI and cold fusion firm Industrial Heat de-listed from the Guernsey-based International Stock Exchange, Woodford Investment Management told clients in a note...

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