Russia's invasion of Ukraine
What we know so far
The Russia/Ukraine conflict has contributed to a significant movement in share prices and other investments which has meant, for many people, a reduction in the value of their pension pot.
This can be worrying, especially for less experienced investors, but needs to be seen in the context of long-term returns.
You can be sure that our fund managers will continue to work with a team of economists, strategists and analysts and continue to manage our funds in line with their stated aims and objectives.
Everyone’s circumstances are different, if you’re unsure how to proceed, you might like to get professional financial advice. If you haven’t got a financial adviser, you can find a list of advisers at unbiased.co.uk. Advisers usually charge for their services.
It’s to be expected that the value of individual pension pots will go up and down from time to time and it’s important to take a long-term view.
- Keeping track of your pension savings >
- The value of my investments has fallen – should I take action? >
- Should I switch my investments to avoid further loss? >
- I don't want to invest in Russia, what should I do? >
- Is investing in cash the safest option at the moment? >
- I invest in a L&G lifestyle profile– why has the value of my overall pension pot fallen? >
- I am thinking about taking my pension money now >
- What about the regular pension contributions I’m making from my salary? >
- How is my pension protected? >
It’s understandable to be concerned about your investments but we would recommend that you remain calm, make informed decisions according to your personal circumstances and, if you are unsure how to proceed, consider getting professional financial advice. If you haven’t got a financial adviser, you can find a list of advisers unbiased.co.uk.
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