The only reason I'm sticking out at the moment and accepting 10% is only platform that'll help me avoid currency risk.
With March coming soon, and Brexit trigger date, will be risky dealing in Euro because of volatility.
So sorry, I can't jump ship at the moment.
Isn't having some cash invested in euros a good thing if you are worried about Brexit etc? Having at least some savings in other currencies can be a good hedge. I put quite a lot of cash into US dollars when the rate was around 1.6, so it can work out well. I still haven't sold the dollars though because I think it's good to have a diversified portfolio of currencies. That being said, if you are investing money you can't afford to take any loss on, i can understand why you would not want to take currency exposure.