Dec 06, 2021 08:49 AM (GMT+8)
At the end of the year, a number of funds issued announcements to "thank customers behind closed doors" and took the initiative to limit the growth of fund scale. Data show that since November, 267 funds have announced the suspension of large subscription. Among them, nearly half are active equity funds. Most announcements said that the suspension of large subscription was mainly to protect the interests of fund unitholders. Insiders pointed out that the purchase restriction of funds at the end of the year is often based on the consideration of actively regulating the fund scale. The purchase restriction limits the fund scale to a more appropriate range, especially some funds with excellent performance, so as to avoid a large influx of funds in a short time and dilute the yield, which can protect the interests of investors to a certain extent.
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