Watch out for managers changing their process

Numerous investment trusts and funds want to amend their strategy and the types of assets they can hold
Thursday 18 May 2017 Author: Daniel Coatsworth
An increasing number of funds and investment trusts are making amendments to how they invest or operate. Investors should therefore keep a close eye on products in their ISA or SIPP (self-invested personal pension) as there is a chance your funds may not stay exactly the same in structure or focus as when you originally made the investment. Topical examples include Neil Woodford-run Woodford Patient Capital Trust ( WPCT...

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