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Guide to Brexit

What could it mean for UK investors?

Brexit has created an air of uncertainty, and no one really knows what’s coming next or what it could all mean in the long term.

On 29 March, Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty in a letter to EU Council President Donald Tusk, starting two years of divorce proceedings.

The effects of the next stage of Brexit may be just as difficult to predict.

The triggering of Article 50 continues to highlight the need for solutions and professional financial advice that will support you in achieving your investment goals in the short to medium term.

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To discuss any aspect of your financial plans in the light of Brexit, please contact us.

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