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Insights

We regularly publish articles, videos and webinars to help you understand more about your finances and what your wealth 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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Will we see UK tax changes in the autumn?

30 Jul

   |   7 mins

John Williams, head of wealth planning, highlights what potential UK tax changes we might see in the coming months as the chancellor of the exchequer seeks to increase tax revenue.

Out now: Q2's Trust Matters magazine

28 Jul

   |   <20 mins

Read the latest Trust Matters. Published every quarter, it provides articles and insights, as well as company updates, for Nedgroup Trust's clients.

Investing

The week in review

26 Jul

   |   2 mins

In a review of the week of 19 July, we flag the new developments in financial markets, which continued to be dominated by the same reoccurring themes of inflation, central banks’ intervention and the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant.

Major life events

Could divorce issues provide a guide to marital finances?

22 Jul

   |   6 mins

As lockdowns were imposed, couples were forced to spend considerable time together and, as a result, divorce rates around the world are rising. But even if you are still happily married ever after, could some of the decisions divorce requires be good for you too?

Money management

Webinar: are trusts still worth setting up?

22 Jul

   |   47 mins

Mary Humphreys and Marcus Prevel of Nedgroup Trust discussed the use of trusts by families in today's world, and how wealth structures can help the transfer of assets across generations.

Investing

The week in review

20 Jul

   |   2 mins

We review the week starting 12 July, which saw markets slip back from recent highs amid continued concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant. Meanwhile, the debate carries on about how transitory inflation might be.

Investing

Democracy, pineapples and semiconductors

20 Jul

   |   8 mins

As the semiconductor industry saw a global shortage the relationship between China and the US got tenser, particularly with regard to Taiwan. Karen Bennett and Rebecca Cretney highlight what’s going on and what investors should be aware of.

Investing

The week in review

12 Jul

   |   2 mins

We review the week starting 5 July, which was a mixed time for global stocks due to ongoing concerns about the spread of the Delta variant of COVID-19, and as signs of an economic slowdown in China took their toll.

Investing

Q2 investment market commentary

8 Jul

   |   3 mins

This month, we bring you our quarterly investment market commentary in place of the June monthly market review. However, the table includes the usual month-on-month figures for comparison.

Investing

Investment webinar: what's happening with inflation?

8 Jul

   |   45 mins

David McFadzean was joined by Tom Caddick as they discussed recent trends in financial markets, how these might affect investors in the coming months, and how our portfolios are positioned to respond.

Investing

The week in review

5 Jul

   |   2 mins

The debate on the Federal Reserve's view of inflation, and the spread of the Delta variant for COVID-19 dominated markets during the week of 28 June, as we explain in our latest update.

Investing

The week in review

28 Jun

   |   2 mins

The week of 21 June saw a relatively quiet week, with stock markets in the positive and a news cycle dominated by the Federal Reserve meeting and its plans to support the world's largest economy.

8 July | ONLINE

Quarter end investment webinar: what's happening with inflation?

As lockdown restrictions continue to ease around the world and the global vaccination programme gathers pace, markets have turned their attention to life post the pandemic. However, the optimism with regard to global growth is giving way to concerns that inflation may spike for the foreseeable future, despite the assurances from the Federal Reserve.

in a 45 minute webinar, David McFadzean, head of wealth management, joined  Tom Caddick, chief investment officer, to discuss recent trends in financial markets, how these might affect investors in the coming months, and how our portfolios are positioned to respond.

In particular, the conversation focused on the impact inflation might have on markets should the price increases become more entrenched. We also flagged the role of alternative investments in portfolios and why they are of increasing importance, with the  discussion also encompassing the types of alternative investments we hold and our view on Bitcoin.

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