When looking for professional financial advice on such important issues as Financial & Investment Advice, Retirement Planning or Estate Planning matters should seek an Independent Financial Adviser who has achieved Chartered status.
A Chartered Financial Planner is someone with considerable academic qualification and market knowledge that backs up their advice and guidance. The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) consider a Chartered Financial Planner as the “gold standard of financial planning” for ethics and professionals.
The Government laid out its vision for post-Brexit arrangements in two key areas this week; the customs union and the Northern Ireland border. A Whitehall paper published on Tuesday detailed…Read More
Central Bank commentary is raising the probability that quantitative easing support for long-term assets will start to be removed soon. The Fed’s minutes for its last meeting told us as…Read More
Equity markets performed well in Q1 as investors responded to evidence of an improving global recovery. Markets showed resilience in the face of the US interest rate hike of 0.25%…Read More
Since the summer of 2016, when evidence of China’s economic stimulus started to impact upon markets, the hopes of a rise in global growth and a return of inflation have…Read More
One immediate outcome of the General Election result was that sterling fell in value by 2% to US$1.27. A fall in the value of the pound will increase the impact…Read More
British blue chip stocks have barely looked back since the EU Referendum. The FTSE 100 reached a new all-time high of 7575 on 2nd June. The market has been assisted…Read More
Britain is the number one destination for foreign direct investment (FDI) after a surge in inflow levels not seen since the financial crisis. FDI rose to US$253bn in 2016 up…Read More
The Brexit referendum result caused significant uncertainty over the future of the City of London’s banking and investment activity. Commercial property value fell on the expectation of lower occupancy demand…Read More
The number of new office buildings completed in London has hit a 13 year high after continuing demand from financial services and technology companies. 3.9 million sq ft of new…Read More