Indian Vanity Case 1

Indian Vanity Case

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Around £4billion sits in limbo now, with anxious traders unsure when they will be able to gain access to their nest eggs, or what those cost savings will be worthy of in the foreseeable future. Supposedly blue-chip companies such as Rolls Royce, Provident Financial and the AA have all suffered huge falls after being put into his portfolio, costing his fund huge sums.

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Meanwhile a string of speculative wagers on smaller firms has also transformed sour. Around £4billion now rests in limbo, with stressed investors uncertain when they will be able to gain access to their nest eggs, or what those cost savings will be well worth in the future. Woodford, of course, will not starve, but it’s nonetheless a blow for a man who has always had a lofty opinion of his own abilities. Asked about his perceived arrogance, he once said: ‘A good finance manager has to have an equilibrium of arrogance and humility.

Today it is the people who trusted Neil Woodford using their life savings who are doing the questioning. On Monday, star fund manager Neil Woodford made the shock decision to block withdrawals from his flagship Equity Income Fund. The move has sent shockwaves over the City – but what does it suggest for regular investors?

What’s happened to Woodford’s Equity Income account? On Monday, the country’s best-known fund manager, Neil Woodford, barred savers from taking their money from the fund for at least 28 times. All trading in it’s been suspended. Investors cannot buy, sell or transfer stocks – also known as models – no new shares will be released. Why gets the fund been suspended?

In a declaration, Woodford Investment Management said this was to ‘protect’ investors. Investors had been withdrawing their cash from the finance in swathes, raising security alarm bells that Woodford may not have the ability to pay them back quickly without further damaging the worthiness of the fund. Under normal circumstances, the money being invested into a fund would be approximately the same as what’s being applied for. Or, if the fund is growing, it shall exceed withdrawals.