Lincoln cites a lack of demand for taking business off Cofunds

Salih, Chris
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/13/2009, p3
The article reports on the revelation of financial services group Lincoln Unit Trust Managers on a lack of demand for taking business off Cofunds Ltd. in 2009 in Great Britain. It is noted that Lincoln Unit Trust Managers provided Cofunds Ltd. three months of its request before taking its funds off. Included in the removed funds are the 201.5 million British pounds Far East, 263.5 million British pounds opportunities and 92.5 million emerging markets offerings.


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