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5 Questions Investors Should Ask Financial Advisers

5 Questions Investors Should Ask Financial Advisers Before Hiring Them

When considering investing money, the UK offers many opportunities. Whether you're a British or a foreign investor, investing in the UK becomes easier when you have one or more financial advisers who know the local financial markets well and can help you choose the right assets. Finding the best advisers though involves research and requires patience. Not all those who recommend themselves as experts are truly so. Screen out advisers by asking the following questions.

1.Are you really independent?
Restricted advisers are linked to one or more providers, and generally cannot search all the financial markets for the best investment opportunities.

2.How many years of experience do you have?
Young financial advisers are often more enthusiastic than seasoned ones, but if you want to make substantial long-term investments you will want to work with experts who have been in business for at least three or four years.

3.Do you have an authorisation?
Independent financial advisors in the UK are authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), on whose website you can verify advisors and check whether they really have an authorisation.

4.Can you list your qualifications?
Ideally, you will want to work with an adviser that holds at least an Advanced Diploma level certificate, as these have passed top exams and know both the theory and the practicalities of investments.

5.How much do you charge?
It's important to ask this before requesting any financial advice, to avoid misunderstandings. Some advisers will charge a fee before providing their services, on a project basis, whereas others will want a commission, a percent of the returns you get for your investment.

When thinking about investing money, UK is full of great deals, but it's important not to rush and agree to the first one you find. Take your time and find the right advisers, those specialised in the investments you want done.


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