Aegon's challenge as a forced seller: Industry reacts to property fund closure

Closure will accelerate return of cash

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Aegon will be a forced seller

Aegon, like Aviva, will have to face the market as a “forced seller”, which will make it difficult to sell its underlying properties, experts have warned following the news of the asset manager will close its property funds.

"As we have seen with the Woodford fund closure, getting the balance right between time and price is extremely difficult and sensitive and therefore the clear communication of this is key," explained Ryan...

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