Advisers and wealth managers don’t understand the rules around commercial property funds and the way fund managers run them, a trade body report has argued.
The Association of Real Estate Funds, the property fund lobbying firm, has called on the FCA to conduct a comprehensive review of the rules around open-ended property funds.
It comes off the back of the series of redemptions requests that led to the temporary gating of funds that followed the Brexit referendum.
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