Ask your burning questions

Do you have a burning question about your UK investments? Our experts and strategists are here to help and answer your queries.


We’re really keen to build a community that helps support you in your role. One aspect of this is the Q&A - the forum lets you post questions to be answered by our team of experts (including Stephanie Flanders, Natalie Holt, Lee Robertson, Alex Dryden, Danby Bloch and many more)

No question is too big or too small!

Also, if you don’t have a question to ask do share your opinion by commenting on articles and answering questions posted by others.

Asking a question is easy, here are some simple steps:

  1. Make sure you are signed in to The UK Edge. (If you are, you won't see the Sign In link on the top navigation bar and you will see your avatar on this bar.)
  2. Go to the Q&A page via the link on the top navigation bar and click the Ask A Question button.
  3. Type your question in the Question text box. Make sure you...
    a. Ask a specific question
    b. Are brief and to the point
    c. Stay focused on a single topic
    Your question can be no more than 200 characters in length but you can expand on your question using the additional text box with a 400 character limit.
  4. Click the Submit Question button, which automatically triggers an email to our Experts and Contributors, inviting them to answer your question. They can do so by clicking on a button in the email or visiting the Q&A page and clicking on your question. Until your question is answered it appears on the Unanswered Questions list on the Q&A page.
  5. The Expert or Contributor answering the question is asked to write their answer. They are advised to:
    a. Cover related experience
    b. Answer in detail
    c. Only answer the question if they have something positive and constructive to provide. They are advised not to relay personal / confidential information and to respect others' answers
  6. They click the Submit Answer button, which automatically triggers an email to you, telling you that your question has been answered.
  7. Simply click on the View Answer button, in the email (or visit the Q&A page) to view the answer in full on the community site. If you find the answer useful, you can vote for it, to bring it to others’ attention.

Questions can be answered by more than one person. All questions and answers are visible to all community participants. And anyone can Vote Up an answer they consider useful.

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Juliette Curtis Hayward

Project Manager, Centaur

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