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Our focus is always to deliver good outcomes for our clients in whatever political or regulatory environment.

Throughout the Brexit process, our view has been that it’s in the best interests of investors for the government to move as swiftly as possible to a conclusion to give certainty to markets.

We now know that although a trade deal has been agreed, there is very little which relates to Financial Services and nothing which would change the impacts of Brexit and our plans to address them. 

What can I do?

The best thing to do is to stay informed about the impact on your investments. As always, we’d recommend speaking to a financial adviser. If you don’t have an adviser, we can help.

In the meantime, take some time to hear from the best informed experts across our businesses.

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Cut through the noise and hear what matters. Our podcasts, webcasts and videos will take you behind the markets and economy to give you the latest scoop.

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Come and browse our library for the latest insights and stories, written by our investment experts. Take a few moments to get some simple tips and views on managing your finances at this time.

Quilter’s Market Explainer

This popular webcast takes you to the heart of the market, and gives you an authoritative take on the economy. Take 15-20 minutes to hear the latest market developments and updates on what current events mean for investors.

The effect of Brexit on my relationship with Quilter

We are working hard to provide all the information possible to answer any questions you have as a customer, financial adviser or shareholder.

If you are a customer of one of our businesses, we will have already contacted you if you are impacted by the UK leaving the EU. We are now working through the detail of the trade deal, to see how this impacts our customers, and we will contact you if we need to. You can also visit our dedicated online support pages, which include information on how we are working to ensure our services continue to meet your expectations, as well as commonly asked questions and signposts to how we can help.

The effect of Brexit on our business

Quilter is predominantly a UK-based business and therefore we anticipate very limited impact on our operations. Trade agreements have little impact on Quilter compared with businesses that trade internationally and the vast majority of our clients are UK citizens who live and work in the UK.

For the small number of clients resident in the UK or in the EU and directly impacted by the UK leaving the EU, Quilter is well positioned with arrangements to continue to support them and their financial advisers.

We are well prepared to support all our clients through any market uncertainty.

Our multi-asset portfolio managers and our investment management teams constantly evaluate risk events around the world. Potential volatility in UK assets, currency fluctuations and other Brexit-related impacts are considered as part of the team’s global investment outlook.

Our financial advisers stay close to their clients in difficult times, guiding and supporting them through uncertainty; and ensuring they can focus on their own long-term financial goals with calmness and care, whatever the political and economic climate.