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Four simple rules for softening the Brexit blow

The vote to leave the EU has thrown everything into a spin, including our government, the opposition and our footballers.

While the UK stabilises itself, forms a plan and negotiates its exit from the EU, why not take the opportunity to form a strategy for yourself, your family office or your client (as appropriate) and get a head-start when decisions have to be made in due course?

Read Corinne Staves' four top tips in Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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