Former star fund manager Neil Woodford has approached prospective UK investors regarding a new vehicle to enable him to buy back some of his former unquoted investments, Sky News reported. The discussions, which are believed to be at a very preliminary stage, would not seek retail cash, side-stepping any potential regulatory liabilities following the closure of his fund house last year. Some of the companies in question include BenevolentAI, Rutherford Health and Immunocore, the report says. The proposal is believed to focus on a potential purchase of his former stakes in off-marke...
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