Best interest of investors
Beleaguered manager hit with latest holdings setback
Better off backing a lone manager or a team?
Return cash to shareholders
The Woodford Equity Income fund (WEIF) could remain shuttered for a further six months, according to head of personal investing at Willis Owen Adrian Lowcock.
AIM exposure almost halved
Regular talks held to cope with predicted investor demand
Sells entire 13.5% stake
Fund suspension remains 'in best interests of all investors'
Woodford holding issues trading update
Singapore wealth fund to take minority stake
Kent County Council pension fund also hit
Fund 'on track' to reopen in December
Spotting signs that other UK funds could suffer similar issues
Manager breaches UCITS unquoted stocks rule
Private equity firm buys stock
Following scrutiny of Link Asset Services
Remain commited to Wealth 50
Following sale of Eurocell
After two of its holdings de-listed
Speculation trust could be wound up
Neil Woodford sold 60% of his trust shares
Fallout from fund suspension continues