'Few easy answers' for property investors as M&G lifts suspension

Aegon, Aviva should reopen as soon as possible

James Baxter-Derrington
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Roughly 11.5% of M&G Property Portfolio was allocated to retail as of 31 January, according to FE fundinfo.
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Roughly 11.5% of M&G Property Portfolio was allocated to retail as of 31 January, according to FE fundinfo.

M&G Investments lifting the suspension of its Property Portfolio will be welcomed by investors who have not been able to access their capital for 17 months, but there are “few easy answers” for what comes next, according to commentators.

Many questions also continue to hang over the sector while the industry waits for the results of the Financial Conduct Authority's consultation on liquidity mismatch in open-ended property funds. M&G...

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