In light of the terrible events which occurred in the US yesterday (Tuesday), IFAonline is changi...
In light of the terrible events which occurred in the US yesterday (Tuesday), IFAonline is changing its format for the remainder of this week.
We are aware things will not entirely be business as usual for the foreseeable future, however, we are also aware this is going to have a significant impact on the financial services sector and some IFAs may still be advising their clients to invest over the next few weeks.
We feel it is necessary to keep IFAs informed about any changes to the way companies will handle product pricing, investment strategy, over the coming weeks while companies take in the full extent of what has happened.
We will be speak ingto as many investment firms as possible to find out whether they are suspending trading, "forward pricing" unit trust and fund prices, changing investment strategies or adjusting your global outlook.
This will be most relevant to US fund managers and any firm with US funds, however, this may also alter the pricing process many other funds.
If you have any information concerning changes to pricing or philosophy that fund managers are adopting over the coming weeks, please contact the IFAonline editorial team:
Julie Henderson, editor: 020 7432 6923, [email protected]
Andrew Wild, reporter: 020 7432 2363, [email protected]
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