We believe that putting our clients first in all that we do will be the key to a stable and successful business. Transparency and simplicity are vital, and we want our clients to understand how their investments are being managed. This is why social media is integral to Woodford Investment Management – it allows us to inform, assist and, importantly, engage with our clients.
Our social media channels (including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+) contain the views and opinions of Woodford Investment Management on financial markets. These views may change and are expressed for informational purposes only. They should not be taken as advice or as a recommendation to make an investment decision.
Retweets, likes or other onwards sharing of content are not endorsements.
Comments close on articles after 60 days. We moderate comments and posts made on our social media channels to ensure discussions are open and civil. We want to encourage conversations and debate – we don’t mind if you disagree with our views. We aim to moderate as little as possible but reserve the right to block comments where appropriate.
The main types of content that will be removed are comments that: include personal abuse; put us in legal jeopardy; include racist, sexist and homophobic comments. We may also reject comments that:
- are considered likely to disrupt, provoke, attack or offend others
- contain language likely to offend
- break the law or condone or encourage unlawful activity
- are seen to advertise products, services or external content
- include contact details such as phone numbers, postal or email addresses
- are considered to be off-topic
- are seen to impersonate someone else
- are spam-like
Please take care when posting links – you should not link to:
- unlawful, unsuitable or sexually explicit content
- websites that require payment to access
- foreign language content
- websites that initiate a file download or require additional software
- websites that advertise or promote products
NB: We do not give investment, tax or other professional advice via social media sites. You should always seek independent advice before making financial decisions.