Following the recent decision by a number of funds to announce the temporary suspension of trading in their property portfolios and feeder funds as a result of Brexit, the FCA has published guidance on fund suspensions. The guidance reminds fund managers of their obligations to investors and outlines the FCA's expectations relating to the suspension of dealings in their funds. It points out that fund managers have an overarching duty to act in the best interests of all investors and must therefore consider how to ensure the ongoing fair treatment of all investors in their funds in the context of the current market conditions. The FCA states that it will continue to liaise with the funds as they keep the situation under review.