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Where now for equity markets?

Rebecca Cretney, investment counsellor, joined Jamie Lang, one of our private banking officers, to discuss how geopolitical tensions around the world are playing a key role in markets, and the risks and opportunities these create for investors in this 30 minute webinar.
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Published 22 October
30 mins

Following on from a presentation to the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment on 30 September in the Isle of Man, Rebecca Cretney, investment counsellor, was joined by Jamie Lang, one of our private banking officers. They discussed how geopolitical tensions around the world are playing a key role in markets, and the risks and opportunities these create for investors.

Specifically, the discussion focused on the US elections, the US-China trade war, Brexit and growing unrest over inequality. But would these risks be sufficient to shake markets or are there other forces that could pull markets sideways or cause them to rise higher? Access the webinar to understand our views.

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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about the presenters

Rebecca Cretney

Rebecca Cretney

Rebecca joined Nedbank Private Wealth in May 2004 having moved to the Isle of Man from Barcelona to pursue a course in Business Studies with the Isle of Man Business School. Rebecca was appointed to the role of investment counsellor in March 2019 to focus exclusively on the company’s discretionary investment management services.

 

She works closely with our teams of private bankers to provide support in advising our clients with integrity, and to give additional technical investment expertise where more complex portfolio requirements exist.

 

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

Jamie Lang

Jamie Lang

Jamie joined the Isle of Man office in 2010 and has over 14 years’ experience in private banking. He joined Nedbank Private Wealth initially as part of the client onboarding department, before joining the client services team in 2012. Jamie moved into the private banking team in 2017 and was promoted to the position of private banker in 2021.

 

Jamie looks after a portfolio of high-net-worth clients ensuring they receive the highest standard of service across the full suite of our solutions. These include identifying wealth management requirements, which are addressed through integrated banking, lending, investment management and fiduciary services based on the individual needs of each client.

 

Jamie is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment and has, in the past two years, completed both the Private Client Investment Advice and Management exam, as well as the Certificate in Advanced Financial Planning.

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