Barclays cuts DFM service for sub-£250k clients


Barclays' wealth division has closed its discretionary fund management service to advised clients with less than £250,000 of investable assets.

The firm has written to IFAs to advise them new clients will be able to access its range of funds and structured products through third party platforms, but said it will not be able to offer a full...

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