Advised clients keen to de-risk as Brexit uncertainty persists

Time Investments research

Sophie King
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"Investors are moving to investments that have low correlation and provide a greater level of certainty in terms of delivering secure income streams" - Time Investments' Henny Dovland
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"Investors are moving to investments that have low correlation and provide a greater level of certainty in terms of delivering secure income streams" - Time Investments' Henny Dovland

Clients of advisers are growing skittish and looking to de-risk their portfolios because of uncertainty around Brexit, according to research conducted by Time Investments.

Half (52%) of the 65 advisers Time Investments surveyed said the number of clients looking to de-risk was greater than the same time last year, with the great majority (75%) citing concerns over the Brexit...

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