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PLACING YOUR ORDER
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Please make sure you have completed the order form correctly. We cannot accept any responsibility for the consequences of errors in completion.

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PAYMENT
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Unless we notify you otherwise, we will process payment from your credit or debit card when we send you the Order Acceptance.

If, for any reason, we are unable to accept or process your order, we will send you email notification of this, and your order will be cancelled. We will not take payment from your account.

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY
You may cancel a Subscription to a publication at any time. Funds Europe does not offer a refund against monies paid for the subscription or product. Any unexpired portion of a subscription may be re-allocated to your nominee, this must be requested in writing.

Cancellation requests must be sent by mail to the Subscription Department at Funds Europe, 4th Floor, Bishopsgate Court, 288 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 4QP, or by email. We will send you confirmation of cancellation.

Prices charged for Subscription or Product are as displayed on the Site at the time the order is placed. Prices stated on the Site include delivery charges and taxes (where applicable).

DOWNLOADS
If you request a Subscription or Product that is offered as a Download, please note you are responsible for the necessary hardware and software to enable you to access the Download.

While every care is taken in the preparation of Downloads, the Company can give no absolute assurance that any the Product downloaded by you are supplied virus free.

WARRANTY
The Company warrants that our Products and Subscriptions shall a) conform to the description on the Site; b) not infringe the intellectual property rights of any third party; c) comply with all relevant legislation; and d) be subject to copyright.

No representation is made nor warranty given that information contained in any Product or Subscription purchased from us is accurate, complete or current.

The Company shall not be responsible for your use of the Product. You will be responsible for complying with any applicable data protection, copyright and other legislation and regulations.

Products supplied by the Company may be used only for the personal or internal operational purposes of the Purchaser. They maynot be used for any other commercial purpose whatsoever, nor may they be modified, copied, distributed, transmitted, displayed, performed, reproduced, published, licensed or transferred. No derivative works may be created from them, nor may any information obtained from them be sold.

Executive Interviews

INTERVIEW: ‘It cannot be excluded’

Sep 27, 2017

Bond Connect’s launch means China’s onshore bond markets are more accessible than ever. Mo Ji, an economist at amundi, tells George Mitton why that matters.

INTERVIEW: ‘We have to improve ourselves’

Jul 17, 2017

Raising productivity is essential for Abenomics to succeed, says Mitsuhiro Yuasa, co-founder of Rheos Capital.

Roundtables

REAL ESTATE ROUNDTABLE: In search of a home

Jul 17, 2017

From Korean warehouses to Chinese hospitals, investors’ holding periods are growing in Asia. But in a market awash with liquidity, so is competition for assets. Our panel in Hong Kong discuss real estate investment.

ROUNDTABLE: More transparency, less certainty

Mar 20, 2017

Our panel discussed exchange-traded funds, regulatory overdrive and whether mutual fund recognition has been a failure. Chaired by George Mitton in Hong Kong.