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What does 'the end of property funds' mean for advisers?

What does 'the end of property funds' mean for advisers?

The Financial Conduct Authority has proposed a 180-day notice period for open-ended property funds after concerns about a wave of suspensions.

There are now concerns this could “spell the end” for retail investors in property portfolios.

But the effects of these proposals are much wider, and this webinar will examine what this means for advisers' centralised investment propositions, platforms and diversification.

Those who attend this event will qualify for 30 minutes of CPD.

You can watch the webinar HERE. If you missed the live broadcast, it will be available on demand until the end of next month (October 2020).


By the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  • Summarise the FCA's proposed regulations for open-ended property funds
  • Explain the role property currently plays in a portfolio, and how this could change if the FCA's proposals come into effect
  • Understand what this could mean for platforms and advisers' centralised investment propositions


Mike Barrett, consulting director at the Lang Cat

Ryan Hughes, head of active portfolios at AJ Bell

Simoney Kyriakou, editor of Financial Adviser