Link returns £20m as it warns investors sales likely to stretch well into 2023

First distribution since 2020

James Baxter-Derrington
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Link Fund Solutions has warned investors that the winding up of the former Woodford Equity Income fund is likely to last into the second half of 2023, dragging the closure into its fourth year.

The warning comes as part of a letter to investors published today (6 October), with the former authorised corporate director suggesting investors will need to reset any expectations they may have. "Investors are reminded that the assets that remain to be sold are the less liquid assets of the fund and it is expected that some of these assets may not be sold before mid-2023," wrote managing director Karl Midl. Link Group takeover deal collapses on FCA Woodford conditions This marks the fifth capital distribution of the LF Equity Income fund and the first in almost two years, with a...

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