Three-quarters of investors would avoid property if notice periods implemented

54% current investors would redeem

James Baxter-Derrington
clock • 2 min read
“The fundamental problem with open-ended property fund is they are a square peg in a round hole”

“The fundamental problem with open-ended property fund is they are a square peg in a round hole”

Three-quarters of potential property fund investors have said they would avoid the open-ended sector if the posited 90-to-180-day notice period was enforced by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

An AJ Bell survey of nearly 2,000 investors found the majority of current and potential investors baulked at the most commonly discussed solution to the fund suspensions which have plagued the sector over...

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