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Neil Woodford buys half the shares for his investment funds

This is the total banked by family and directors behind student accommodation business Watkin Jones (WJG:AIM) as they sell a near-20% holding.

The company joined AIM a year ago and one of the stated reasons for going public was to ‘allow incumbent shareholders to realise a proportion of value’.

Woodford Investment Management, run by famous UK fund manager Neil Woodford, picked up just over half the shares to hold in its funds.

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