You can ask our panel of investment experts what Brexit and recent property fund suspensions means for you and your clients at 12pm.
Accountancy firm argues with a second consultation not finishing until October, there is not enough time to get ready for next April.
Property fund woes highlight need to go global in the search for income.
Diversification is always the mantra, but where should advisers go for client’s property exposure?
Post-Brexit vote, investors seeking yield from property are more likely to look overseas.
Royal Bank of Scotland was idenitified at the bank likely to suffer the most if property prices fall by up to 10 per cent.
Analysis & Opinion
Kames offers an opportunity in property turbulence.
Property portfolios should be diversified to give investors access to yield without exposure to concentration risk.
How investors can avoid the Brexit effect on property funds by diversifying away from the UK.
Our panel of experts will discuss all the latest developments on property investment post-Brexit and reveal where to go for yield.
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