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Brexit

So, there we have it. The UK has voted to leave the European Union and enters a period of political and economic uncertainty.

Behind the scenes we have tried to put together some unbiased and independent thoughts on what this all might mean for markets and, more importantly, asset classes, as these are the foundations for us to build you a profitable and sustainable financial outcome.

So if you are fed up with all of the noise coming from the interested parties and feel like you need some unbiased opinion on this issue, this page might be for you.

Although the vote puts us in an unprecedented position, we aim to deliver safe financial outcomes for all of our clients and would be happy to hear from you if you have any post-Brexit concerns.

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To talk to one of our expert financial planners today and arrange a free, no-obligation initial meeting, please contact our office on:

0115 981 95 29

enquiries@cl4women.co.uk

For more details on the upcoming EU Referendum, please download our free guide here.

How Should Investors React to Brexit Result?

Dan Kemp of Morningstar says investors need to keep cool calm heads amid political and financial uncertainty as to what happens next, following Britain's decision to leave the E.U.

 

Reaction from our investment partners

MorningStar - Market Snapshot: Understanding the Brexit Vote
The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union, in a referendum with 52% support for a “Brexit” and nearly 75% voter participation...click here

Maybe Brexit won’t break Britain (and the world)
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How Should Investors React to Brexit Result?
Dan Kemp of Morningstar says investors need to keep cool calm heads amid political and financial uncertainty as to what happens next, following the Brexit vote...watch video

Cazenove Capital thoughts on the last 24hrs
The economic consequences of uncertainty...read more

EU referendum decision
The view from Investec Wealth & Investment...read more

Brexit: Neil Woodford's initial thoughts
The people of Britain have voted to leave the European Union. This clearly represents a very significant decision for the UK, for the European Union and indeed for the wider global economy. Markets are clearly shocked by the decision...read more

 

Brexit Updates

Janet Yellen Weighs in on Brexit Debate
Yesterday, Janet Yellen, Federal Reserve Chair, spoke of Brexit as one of many uncertainties. Her speech followed weak employment data...read more

The six best reasons to vote Remain
Part of a Spectator Brexit debate between Matthew Parris and Daniel Hannan...read more

The six best reasons to vote Leave
Part of a Spectator Brexit debate between Matthew Parris and Daniel Hannan...read more

 

It all starts with a conversation, so let’s talk...

To talk to one of our expert financial planners today and arrange a free, no-obligation initial meeting, please contact our office on 0115 981 95 29
or e-mail us at: enquiries@cl4women.co.uk

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