Navigating the Trump sequel: market implications and uncertainties in a second term
Donald Trump looks likely to secure the Republican Party nomination for a second term. All eyes are on the global stage for the sequel to 2020’s Trump vs. Biden race for the White House. Here we explore what the implications might be for markets if Trump is victorious.
Eight Financial Planning Mistakes People Make and How to Avoid Them
The most important part of financial planning is to have one. But there are lots of things to consider, and many potential pitfalls.
Eren Osman recognised among PAM's Top 50 Most Influential
Eren Osman, Managing Director of Wealth Management is named as one of PAM’s Top 50 Most Influential in private client wealth management. Learn more about his journey.
Meet the Team - Mia Williams
Meet Mia Williams, our Associate Investment Manager, as she takes us through her journey in our latest "Meet the Team" interview.
Protect your wealth from inheritance tax
Record-breaking inheritance tax receipts are rolling into HMRC. But families can reduce the chances of being hit by a hefty inheritance tax bill by taking steps now.
Navigating geopolitical shifts: opportunities and challenges in a 'China plus one' world
Freddie Gabbertas explores the global impact of the ‘China Plus One’ strategy and emerging opportunities in India, Vietnam and Mexico.
Wage inflation the main challenge to rate cuts
UK policymakers remain cautiously dovish, reinforcing market expectations of an easing cycle starting in August, and around 0.75% of cuts forecast this year.
Arbuthnot Commercial ABL backs Emerge Global’s growth strategy with Speed Welshpool transaction
Arbuthnot Commercial Asset Based Lending (ACABL) has completed a £2.25m facility to support Emerge Global’s investment in Speed Welshpool.
Markets temper rate cut predictions
A mixed set of data for the UK this week, with inflation steady at a lower than expected 4%, whilst the jobs market remains surprisingly resilient, particularly pay growth, which increased by 6.2% excluding bonuses.
Soft-landing or no-landing for the US?
Explore the dynamic US economic landscape, from strong job market indicators to Federal Reserve challenges, coupled with global economic insights, providing valuable context for informed investment strategies.
UK base rate cut forecast changes
A relatively quiet week as the market continues to digest the recent central bank meetings and the implications for monetary policy.
Markets: BoE base rate expected to be 4.25% by 2025
The Bank of England kept policy on hold with a 6-2-1 split vote, and revised their forecasts for growth marginally higher, but said inflation risks remain to the upside.