Hargreaves Lansdown to scrap Wealth 50 List - reports

16 months after its launch

Lauren Mason
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The decision comes as part of a broader effort to revamp HL's fund recommendation process
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The decision comes as part of a broader effort to revamp HL's fund recommendation process

Fund platform and financial services firm Hargreaves Lansdown (HL) will remove its Wealth 50 fund buy-list 16 months after it was launched, Investment Week understands.

According to a report from The Times, HL will overhaul its fund recommendation list in favour of a new Wealth Shortlist, which will be overseen by an independent panel, two of whom will be new appointments...

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