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Our webinars

We regularly host webinars to help you appreciate some of detail behind topics of interest and enable you to access the expertise and experience of the team.

Life often prompts financial decisions whether they result from career decisions, health, relationships or simply what to issue you need to tackle next. 

 

Our webinars aim to help you understand the opportunities that your wealth offers, and overcome some of the hurdles it can present, to help you meet your short, medium and long-term wealth goals. To find out more, click on any of the tiles to access each webinar.

 

If you are watching our webinars as they are broadcast, you need to register for an account via our webinar platform, BrightTALK to be able to access the discussion and ask questions of our experts. However, if the webinar has already taken place, you can watch these without the need to provide any contact details.

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

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.

Money management

Webinar: Q2 London residential property market update

23 Jun

   |   50 mins

David McFadzean joined Marcus Dixon of LonRes and Rob Cohen of the MJ Group to discuss the current state of London's residential property market, what's been behind the news headlines and what to expect in the coming months.

Major life events

Webinar: divorce, pre-nups, pandemics and other legal changes

3 Jun

   |   45 mins

Family law, and specifically divorce law, as with all other aspects of life, have been significantly impacted by recent events. We discussed those changes and how these are affecting our clients.

Money management

Webinar: what's happening with UK property?

20 May

   |   44 mins

Mary Humphreys of Nedgroup Trust was joined by Anna Douglass of Ferbrache & Farrell LLP as they discussed the future of English residential property as an investment opportunity.

Major life events

Webinar: ramifications of divorce beyond the financial and legal

11 May

   |   50 mins

Our panel of experts flagged the breadth of the conversations people should be having before, during and after a divorce, noting there are more conversations to have than the legal and financial ones.

Webinar: fraud and cybercrime

4 May

   |   31 mins

During a 30 minute update, we looked at the types of scams that fraudsters and cybercriminals are currently running and how people are far too easily duped.

Major life events

Webinar: managing your finances around a divorce

28 Apr

   |   30 mins

As we count down to the end to life in lockdown, divorce rates could spike. We review the financial considerations for those separating at each stage of the process in a 30 minute webinar with John Williams and Pippa Vick.

Investing

Quarter end investment webinar: opportunities and threats for investors

8 Apr

   |   45 mins

David McFadzean was joined by Tom Caddick to talk through the investment trends from Q1 2021 in financial markets, how these might continue to impact investors and what that meant for portfolios in a session moderated by Karen Bennett.

Money management

Update on the 2021 UK Budget

4 Mar

   |   44 mins

Rachel de Souza of RSM joined our own John Williams to discuss the UK Budget announced on 3 March. They highlighted what the announcements meant for private clients who file taxes in the UK.

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.

Q1 London residential property update

28 Jan

   |   45 mins

Colin Campbell was joined by Marcus Dixon of LonRes and Rob Cohen of the MJ Group to discuss the current state of and outlook for the London residential property market following the highs and lows of 2020.

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