This is an official ShareSoc News Item written by ShareSoc Director Cliff Weight.
942 registered for ShareSoc’s webinar with 684 attending. Wow! Our biggest webinar ever and possibly the biggest webinar of its kind.
Also, we now have 1,465 members of our Woodford Campaign. With these sorts of numbers we can pack much more of a punch with the FCA, Government and Hargreaves Lansdown. The Campaign has socially responsible aims of making the investment world a better place. It very much fits in ...
Jeff Prestridge extensively covers the ShareSoc "Woodford: What Happens Next webinar", attended by nearly 700 people. Specifically mentioning ShareSoc's endorsement of the Leigh Day claim as well as Alan Miller's excoriating analysis of Link's poor oversight of the Woodford fund.
Click here to read the article.
Investment Week covered our event on Woodford and published a summary of the Q&A with Leigh Day's Boz Michalowska. Click here to read more.
Leigh Day issued court proceedings against Link on Monday 27 September 2021.
This is a huge step forward in getting compensation for the many thousands of unfortunates who lost money in Woodford’s WEIF funds. Leigh Day’s issuing of proceedings is a big milestone.
We are concerned, however, that roughly only 5-10% of the 270,000 or so investors seem to have joined any claim so far. We urge all WEIF investors to join a claim. We believe that Leigh Day are streets ahead of ...
ShareSoc's director Cliff Weight was quoted in this article in Today UK News:
Cliff Weight, Woodford campaign director at ShareSoc, added: “This is a huge step forward in getting compensation for the many thousands of unfortunates who lost money in Woodford’s WEIF funds. Leigh Day’s issuing of proceedings is a big milestone.”
ShareSoc was quoted in this article in Law 360:
ShareSoc, a campaigning organization that represents shareholders, said on Monday that the case is a "huge step forward in getting compensation for the many thousands of unfortunates who lost money."
ShareSoc director Cliff Weight is quoted in this article in This is Money:
Cliff Weight, Woodford Campaign Director at ShareSoc said: 'This is a huge step forward in getting compensation for the many thousands of unfortunates who lost money in Woodford’s WEIF funds.
'Leigh Day’s issuing of proceedings is a big milestone.'
Woodford Investors are flocking to ShareSoc’s What Happens Next event (30/09/21 at 5pm), headlined by Jeff Prestridge, Personal Finance editor of the Mail on Sunday. Tell your friends and family if they invested in a Woodford fund that they need to join them.
It’s time to update Woodford investors and ShareSoc Campaign members on progress to date. As well as update you on the prospects of you claiming back some of the losses and the potential timeline of when you might get ...
ShareSoc News item by Cliff Weight.
The FT on Friday 21 May asked for views from investors with money trapped in Neil Woodford’s former fund. It said:
Nearly two years on from the collapse of Neil Woodford’s flagship fund, more than 300,000 investors are still waiting to recoup their money — and FT Money would like to hear from readers affected by the fallout.
The FT asked specifically about these 6 questions.
As the liquidation process drags on, what impact has this had on your ...