The emergence of details on the volume of unsold assets of the Woodford Equity Income fund (WEIF) has prompted further questions from the law firms seeking compensation for investors. Leigh Day and Slater and Gordon, the law firms seeking compensation for investors in the former Woodford fund, told The Daily Telegraph they believe the remaining unsold 25% is an indication of the collapsed fund's illiquidity, and suggests Hargreaves Lansdown may have been aware of the problems while promoting it on its best buy list. It was announced last week that investors in the fund now known as ...
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