The UK equity income landscape has changed

Robin Geffen, Fund Manager & CEO, Neptune

Since the Investment Association lowered the yield hurdle for funds in the IA UK Equity Income sector in March 2017, the number of funds yielding 110% of the market has almost halved. With inflation rising and many income funds exposing investors to stock-specific risks, are your income funds still serving their purpose?

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