New Woodford venture expects to triple investor cash in three years

James Baxter-Derrington
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Neil Woodford's new company has yet to apply for regulatory approval anywhere in the world
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Neil Woodford's new company has yet to apply for regulatory approval anywhere in the world

Neil Woodford's new portfolio projects it will more than triple investor capital over three years, according to a sales document that was sent to potential investors on an unsolicited basis.

WCM Partners Healthcare, Woodford's company based in the Cayman Islands, produced the pitch detailing an eight-stock portfolio comprised of six unlisted and two listed companies. The firm has yet to...

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