Costs, clients and conduct in the time of the coronavirus

Prices must be reviewed - now

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Niral Parekh of Capco
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Niral Parekh of Capco

Like other industries in the UK, wealth and asset management firms are currently grappling with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on a day by day - if not an hour by hour - basis.

With new provisions and restrictions announced daily, uncertainty remains high, and it is paramount that firms adapt to this 'new normal' for the sake of their people and clients. As the country battles with the Covid-19 pandemic, the 'three Cs' - cost, clients and conduct - will be their personal frontlines. Review your costs - now The FTSE 100 index has been impacted by the sharp correction in world stock markets caused by Covid-19. Editor's View from the Desk: #7 - Hugo Mortimer-Harvey on facing lockdown in Spain On 23 March, the index opened at 5190 - a fall of almost one-...

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