Month: August 2016

153 – Property Fund Lock Ins

July saw several major property funds suspend dealings. One of the unexpected outcomes of the UK's vote to leave the European Union on 23 June has been that at least eight property funds have suspended dealings, meaning that investors cannot cash in their holdings. Some other funds have applied large discounts to prices for those…

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152 – A new chancellor takes the reigns

The UK now has a new Prime Minister and a new Chancellor, but will tax policy change? If you went on an overseas holiday in the second week of July, you left the UK with David Cameron as Prime Minister and George Osborne as Chancellor, but by your return the country was in the hands…

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