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Preparing for Brexit

Though the precise nature of the United Kingdom’s future relationship with the EU continues to remain uncertain, at Charles Stanley we are taking steps to ensure that we continue to provide the best possible outcomes for our clients, whatever the result of negotiations. 

As a UK-based business, we do not anticipate that Brexit will significantly affect the services we provide our clients or the way in which we deliver these services. Where a client’s specific circumstances mean that this may not be the case, we have already reached out to them on an individual level.

Our experienced teams are closely monitoring the investment implications of all potential outcomes and are poised to react as needed to ensure a positive result and are well-placed to exploit new investment opportunities in a turbulent climate. 

Should you have any questions at all about how Brexit might affect your investments or the service we provide, please get in touch with your Investment Manager or helpdesk.

 

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Paul Abberley
Chief Executive Officer

At Charles Stanley we are taking steps to ensure that we continue to provide the best possible outcomes for our clients, whatever the result of negotiations.

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