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We regularly publish articles, videos and webinars to help you understand more about your money and what it can help you achieve.

Money management

An invitation to discover more about your finances

Life is busy and we tend to focus on what is right in front of us now rather than what we might be doing in 5, 10 or 20 years’ time. But what does that mean for your wealth?

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March's business update amid COVID-19

3 Mar

   |   1 min

This is the latest update as to how we as a business are operating during the coronavirus pandemic.

Investing

The week in review

2 Mar

   |   2 mins

The MSCI AC World was down -2.8% in Sterling terms and -3.3% in US Dollar terms, as emerging markets led the declines, while developed markets held up slightly better. But all eyes were really on the bond market as we detail here.

Money management

4 March webinar: update on the 2021 UK Budget

25 Feb

   |   30 mins, plus Q&A

Rachel de Souza of RSM is joined by our own John Williams to discuss the UK Budget published just the day before. They'll highlight what the announcements mean for private clients who file taxes in the UK.

Investing

The week in review

23 Feb

   |   2 mins

Financial markets struggled to make much headway during the week of 15 February, with rising bond yields potentially starting to weigh on other asset classes. The MSCI All Country World Index was down just over -1.50% in Sterling terms and -0.34%. Read our review to find out more.

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Risks remain, but equities could climb higher

17 Feb

   |   5 mins

The future of equity values is always a topic for debate. And while some believe that there will soon be a significant fall in the value of shares, Rebecca Cretney explains why we believe that, although risks remain, that is not necessarily the case.

Money management

Opportunities and pitfalls for non-doms

17 Feb

   |   45 mins

Internationals moving to the UK are able to remain non-domiciled, which offers opportunities and pitfalls, as our host, John Williams, and his guest, Mike Curran of PwC, explained in this webinar.

Investing

Why should you pay someone to manage your money?

17 Feb

   |   3 mins

Richie Griffiths considers the benefits of paying someone to manage your money, and suggests what you should look for when choosing an investment or wealth manager to help you with your finances.

Investing

The week in review

16 Feb

   |   2½ mins

The MSCI AC World Index rose by +0.8% in Sterling terms and +1.8% in US Dollar terms during the week of 8 February as major equity markets again delivered positive returns. Read our review to understand more.

Money management

Why does the UK tax year end on 5 April?

12 Feb

   |   3½ mins

Most calendars start on 1 January and end on 31 December, but not the UK personal tax year. Karen Bennett explains the history behind the date as we count down the days to the end of the 2020/21 tax year.

Investing

The week in review

9 Feb

   |   2 mins

The week of 1 February saw all equity markets deliver positive returns, while the MSCI AC World Index rose by +4.1% in Sterling terms and +4.3% in US Dollar terms. Read our update to find out more.

Investing

January's investment market commentary

5 Feb

   |   3 mins

Financial markets started the year full of optimism, but mostly ended the month in negative territory, as an early return to a more normal economic environment is a clear risk to current market valuations, as Andrew Yeadon’s update explains.

February's business update amid COVID-19

4 Feb

   |   1 min

This is the latest update as to how we as a business are operating during the coronavirus pandemic.

13 January | ONLINE

What could 2021 mean for markets?

Events in 2020 developed in a way no one could have predicted. With the world anticipating the distribution of at least three vaccines, with 11 more undergoing Phase 3 trials, what could happen in 2021?

David McFadzean, head of wealth management, is joined by Andrew Yeadon, chief investment officer, for a 30 minute webinar to talk through the key scenarios for the main financial markets, the risks facing investors and what changes we’ve made in portfolios to position ourselves for the coming months.

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