Advisers brace for client questions as UK votes 'leave'

'Business as usual' expectations now to be tested

Nicola Brittain
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Advisers brace for client questions as UK votes 'leave'

Financial advisers are set to face a flurry of client questions and fluctuating markets in the short term following the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union (EU) in yesterday's referendum.

The 'leave' campaign won by 52% of the votes to 48%, on a turn-out of almost 72%. Yesterday markets and sterling had both been rallying in expectation of a narrow vote in favour of remaining in the EU....

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