We expect better than the fan-club tone of the best buy list
following its hero’s costly crash and burn
What does Hargreaves Lansdown, Neil Woodford’s former
cheerleader-in-chief, make of its old hero’s decision
to throw in the towel?
Surely this is an ideal moment for the investment platform’s
chief executive, Chris Hill, to share the “learnings and
improvements” that apply to his own firm. He’s been promising
to reveal the fruits of this exercise almost from the moment
Woodford’s flagship fund
was suspended in June.
Source: FS – All-News2-Economy
After Woodford, where is the contrition from Hargreaves Lansdown? | Nils Pratley