IFAs split as Hargreaves sends out 'sell' mailing

Greenwood, John; Daley, James
September 2001
Money Marketing;9/20/2001, p1
Reports that independent financial advisers (IFA) are split over whether clients should sell out of equity funds in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S.. Investment advice given by Hargreaves Lansdown to its clients; Outlook of Peter Hargreaves, chief executive on U.S. consumer spending.


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