Suspended property funds to continue charging

The FCA was concerned there was potential for investors to be treated unfairly if they bought or sold units at a price that did not reflect the underlying assets. Therefore, if the underlying assets could not be properly valued, the regulator said there was a “good case” for requiring the fund to suspend dealing temporarily.


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