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Quarter end investment webinar: can financial markets remain resilient?

David McFadzean, head of wealth management, and Tom Caddick, chief investment officer, examined the events of Q1 2022 and discussed their impact on financial markets, what this could mean for investors over the coming months and how our portfolios are positioned to respond.
Published 13 April
45 mins

With the shock of war, soaring inflation and a more aggressive stance on interest rates from central banks, can global equity markets take the pressure?

Despite the geopolitical fallout following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, global equity markets have remained relatively resilient so far. After an initial global market sell-off, the MSCI All-Country World Index has now returned to its pre-war levels, but are there more serious financial ramifications to come?

David McFadzean, head of wealth management, and Tom Caddick, chief investment officer, examined the events of Q1 2022 and discussed their impact on financial markets, what this could mean for investors over the coming months and how our portfolios are positioned to respond. Watch our webinar on demand below.

Clients of Nedbank Private Wealth can get in touch with their private bankers to understand how their portfolios are responding to market events, or answer any questions prompted by the webinar. You can also call +44 (0)1624 645000 and speak to one of our client services team.

 

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The value of investments can fall, as well as rise, and you might not get back the original amount invested. Exchange rate changes affect the value of investments. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future returns. Any individual investment or security mentioned may be included in clients’ portfolios and is referenced for illustrative purposes only, not as a recommendation, not least as it may not be suitable. You should always seek professional advice before making any investment decisions.

about the presenters

David McFadzean

David McFadzean

David is responsible for spearheading the growth of our wealth management business across the company’s international jurisdictions. Prior to taking on his current role, David was integral in developing the bank’s investment proposition for high-net-worth individuals, trustees and investment consultants. He is also a member of the bank’s executive committee.

 

He has over 25 years’ experience working for global blue-chip companies in both London and Jersey, and providing investment solutions to a wide variety of clients around the world. Prior to joining Nedbank Private Wealth, David spent 15 years with RBC Wealth Management where he held several senior roles, latterly leading the investment business as managing director and head of discretionary investments in Jersey.

 

David is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment and a Chartered Wealth Manager.

Tom Caddick

Tom Caddick

Tom joined Nedbank Private Wealth as its chief investment officer in March 2021. Prior to joining, Tom was at Santander Asset Management in London for nine years, where he was, most recently, chief investment officer for the UK business and previously global head of the multi asset division. He has over 20 years’ investment experience, including several years as head of multi manager and fund selection at LV Asset Management.

 

Tom’s responsibilities include heading the London-based investment team, and chairing both the International Strategy Committee and the International Investment Committee. Tom is also part of the international investment team for Nedgroup Investments, a sister company of Nedbank Private Wealth.

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