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Podcast – In the Know

Welcome to In the know, your go-to financial planning podcast. Listen in as our expert team discuss important financial planning topics.

The purpose of this podcast is to help you understand why everyone is financially unique, what your relationship with money is and how this is influenced. We hope that by making these discussions accessible, you are able to make more informed decisions moving forward.

Episode 41 – Market commentary with Brooks Macdonald (May 2024)

In this episode, Neil Clarke discusses the current and future state of the financial markets with Henrietta Walker.

The key topics include:

  • interest rates in the US vs the UK;
  • inflation;
  • the current appeal of fixed interest options; and
  • opportunities in the equity markets.

Henrietta is Head of the Investment Specialist Team at Brooks Macdonald, who are one of our trusted investment panel.

To find out more about Brooks Macdonald, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 41 – Marketing commentary with Brooks MacDonald

Episode 40 – What changes to pension rules could mean for you

In this episode, Josh Cushion and Paul Thurston discuss the changes to pension rules which came into effect from April 2024 and how this could impact you.

Within their conversation, they cover:

  • the removal of the Lifetime Allowance;
  • the new Lump Sum Allowance and Lump Sum Death Benefit Allowance;
  • how both allowances are tested; 
  • who may need to apply for a Transitional Tax-Free Amount Certificate; and
  • what you may need to consider after these changes to pension rules.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The impact of taxation (and any tax relief) depends on individual circumstances. This has been prepared based on our current understanding of UK Law, Taxation and HMRC practice, all of which could be subject to change in future. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 40 - What changes to pension rules could mean for you

Episode 39 – Market commentary with RBC Brewin Dolphin (March 2024)

In this episode, Neil Clarke discusses the current and future state of the financial markets with Janet Mui.

Key themes from the episode include:

  • the markets’ reaction to the recent Spring Budget;
  • the struggling UK economy; 
  • how the UK and US equity markets compare over the long-term;
  • the trajectory of interest rates; and
  • why the result of US election might not be overly important.

Janet is Head of Market Analysis at RBC Brewin Dolphin, who are one of our trusted investment panel. To find out more about RBC Brewin Dolphin, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 39 - Market commentary with Brewin Dolphin

Episode 38 – Retirement planning considerations

In this episode, Neil Clarke and Shaun Braybrook discuss the retirement planning considerations that you must take into account to live the life you wish to once you retire.

Within their conversation, they cover:

  • why the State Pension is unlikely to be enough;
  • why you may need to plan for a longer retirement than you think;
  • why your retirement plan is unique to you and must include lifestyle considerations; and
  • why early planning is best practice.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 38 - Retirement planning considerations

Episode 37 – In the news (January 2024)

In this episode, Ian Robinson talks through some of the topical financial news stories from the month.

The stories discussed in this episode include:

  • mortgage lenders beginning to reduce rates;
  • the postmasters scandal;
  • potential changes to Inheritance Tax; and
  • optimism in the financial markets.

This episode is hosted by Josh Cushion.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 37 - In the news

Episode 36 – Market commentary with Quilter Cheviot (January 2024)

In this episode, Neil Clarke discusses the current and future state of the financial markets with Richard Carter.

Key themes from the episode include;

  • the influence of political elections;
  • inflation and interest rates;
  • fixed interest;
  • equities; and
  • the economic outlook moving forward.

Richard is Head of Fixed Income Research at Quilter Cheviot, who are one of our trusted investment panel. To find out more about Quilter Cheviot, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 36 - Market commentary with Quilter Cheviot

Episode 35 – Market commentary with Square Mile (October 2023)

In this episode, Neil Clarke discusses the current and future state of the financial markets with Mark Harries.

Key themes from the episode include;

  • inflationary drivers;
  • interest rates;
  • bonds and fixed interest;
  • equities; and
  • an economic outlook.

 

Mark is Chief Investment Officer at Square Mile, who are one of our trusted investment panel. To find out more about Square Mile, visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 35 - Market commentary with Square Mile

Episode 34 – Market commentary with Charles Stanley (July 2023)

In this episode, Neil Clarke discusses the current and future state of the financial markets with Patrick Farrell.

Key themes from the episode include;

  • inflationary drivers;
  • interest rates;
  • bonds and fixed interest;
  • equities; and
  • an economic outlook.

 

Patrick is Chief Investment Officer at Charles Stanley, who are one of our trusted investment panel.

To find out more about Charles Stanley, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 34 – Marketing commentary with Charles Stanley

Episode 33 – Market commentary with Brooks MacDonald (May 2023)

In this episode, Neil Clarke discusses the current and future state of the financial markets with Edward Park.

The key topics include:

  • inflationary drivers;
  • interest rates;
  • the likelihood of a recession; and
  • why investors must consider the long-term.

 

Edward is Chief Investment Officer at Brooks Macdonald, who are one of our trusted investment panel.

To find out more about Brooks Macdonald, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 33 – Marketing commentary with Brooks MacDonald

Episode 32 – Market commentary with RBC Brewin Dolphin (March 2023)

In this episode, Neil Clarke is joined by Janet Mui to discuss the financial markets. 

Key themes from this discussion include:

  • inflation and interest rates;
  • equities and bonds;
  • the fallout following the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank; and
  • potential economic slowing and volatility.
 
To find out more about RBC Brewin Dolphin, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 32 – Marketing commentary with RBC Brewin Dolphin

Episode 31 – Market commentary with IPS Capital (January 2023)

In this episode, Neil Clarke is joined by Chris Brown to discuss the financial markets. 

Key themes from this discussion include:

  • cautious market optimism;
  • being mindful of ongoing volatility;
  • inflation and interest rates;
  • currency; and
  • a potential boom for China’s economy.
 
To find out more about IPS Capital, including their latest market commentary, please visit their website

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 31 – Marketing commentary with IPS Capital

Episode 30 – Market commentary with Quilter Cheviot (October 2022)

In this episode, Neil Clarke is joined by Richard Carter to discuss the financial markets. 

Key themes from this discussion include:

  • inflationary pressures;
  • rising interest rates;
  • central bank sentiment; and
  • a look into both bond and equity markets.
 
Richard is Head of Fixed Income Research at Quilter Cheviot, who are one of our trusted investment panel. To find out more about Quilter Cheviot, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 30 – Marketing commentary with Quilter Cheviot

Episode 29 – The importance of personal insurance protection

In this episode of In the know, we are joined by Gregor Sked (Royal London).

The conversation focuses on the importance of personal insurance protection and includes in depth discussions on:

  • why you should consider these policies and when they are suitable;
  • the options available to you;
  • misconceptions that may have stopped you in the past; and
  • why you should consult a financial planner to help you. 

 

Gregor is Intermediary Protection Development and Technical Manager at Royal London. To find out more about Royal London, visit their website.

Important information

The personal insurance protection products discussed in this podcast (with the exception of some Whole of Life policies) are not savings or investment products and have no cash value unless a valid claim is made. The tax treatment of any policy may depend on your individual circumstances and may be subject to future change. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 29 – The importance of personal insurance protection

Episode 28 – Market commentary with Square Mile (July 2022)

In the latest episode of In the know, we are back discussing the financial markets. 

This time around, Neil Clarke is joined by Mark Harries of Square Mile. Their conversation includes in depth discussions on:

  • the current market volatility;
  • a potential recession;
  • inflation and interest rates; and
  • signs pointing to opportunities in the markets.

 

Mark is Chief Investment Officer at Square Mile, who are one of our trusted investment panel. To find out more about Square Mile, visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 28 – Marketing commentary with Square Mile

Episode 27Exploring ESG investments

In this episode, our Compliance and Research Manager, Paul Thurston, discusses ESG investments in depth with Tiziana Maida.

Key themes from their conversation include:

  • how ESG differs from ethical investing;
  • the growth and future of the ESG investment market; 
  • the investment options available to you; and
  • how these options perform.

 

Tiziana is Head of Research at IPS Capital, who are one of our trusted panel of investment managers.

To find out more about IPS Capital, please visit their website

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 27 – Exploring ESG investments

Episode 26Market commentary with Charles Stanley (May 2022)

Listen to Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke, who is joined by Patrick Farrell, Chief Investment Officer at Charles Stanley, discuss the financial markets.

Key themes from the episode include;

  • inflation and influencing factors;
  • interest rates;
  • investment trends; and
  • ESG investments.

 

To find out more about Charles Stanley, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 26 – Market commentary with Charles Stanley

Episode 24Market commentary with Brooks Macdonald (March 2022)

Join Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke, as he discusses the current and future state of the financial markets with Edward Park. Their discussion provides clarity on the fallout of the current geopolitical crisis, as well as insight concerning the potential direction of inflation and interest rates.

Edward is Chief Investment Officer at Brooks Macdonald, who are one of our trusted investment panel.

To find out more about Brooks Macdonald, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 24 – Market commentary with Brooks MacDonald

Episode 23 – Involving your financial planner when transferring wealth

In this episode, Mark Brown and Kerry Holmes discuss how involving your financial planner can benefit you when considering wealth transfers to younger generations. Throughout this conversation, they cover the key considerations, how to speak with younger generations about wealth transfers, as well as the why each of your professional advisers should work together.

This discussion is the last of three instalments concerning Intergenerational Wealth Transfers. We recommend you listen to Episodes 19 and 21 first.

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Episode 23 – Involving your financial planner when transferring wealth

Episode 22 – Market commentary with Brewin Dolphin (January 2022)

In this episode, Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke, discusses the financial markets with Janet Mui.

Listen in for a summary of 2021, as well as a market outlook for 2022. Particular focus is given to inflation and interest rates.

Janet is Head of Market Analysis at Brewin Dolphin, who are one of our trusted investment panel. To find out more about Brewin Dolphin, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 22 – Market commentary with Brewin Dolphin (January 2022)

Episode 21 – Transferring wealth

In this episode, Mark Brown and Sarah Maguire discuss why you may wish to transfer wealth (gift) to family and charitable causes you care about, whilst explaining how you may do so. Throughout the episode they discuss commonly recommended solutions and challenges that may need to be overcome.

This discussion is the second of three instalments concerning Intergenerational Wealth Transfers. We recommend you listen to Episode 19 first.

Our IHT guide referenced in this episode can be found here.

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Episode 21 – Transferring wealth

Episode 20 – Market commentary with Quilter Cheviot (November 2021)

In this episode, Neil Clarke is joined by Richard Carter. Richard is Head of Fixed Income Research at Quilter Cheviot, who are one of our trusted investment panel.

Their discussion includes references to inflation, the future of interest rates, the bond markets and the difference in approach between central banks.

To find out more about Quilter Cheviot, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 20 – Market commentary with Quilter Cheviot (November 2021)

Episode 19 – What are Intergenerational Wealth Transfers?

Listen in as Mark Brown and Neil Clarke discuss Intergenerational Wealth Transfers, the first of three informative conversations.

In this episode, they provide an in depth background concerning Intergenerational Wealth and discuss why, due to rising estate values, it is becoming increasingly important to plan ahead should you wish to support family or a charitable cause financially. Attention is also paid to emotional drivers and why this topic can be hard to discuss with family.

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Episode 19 – What are Intergenerational Wealth Transfers?

Episode 18 – Market commentary with IPS Capital (September 2021)

In this episode, Neil Clarke  discusses the financial markets with returning guest Chris Brown. Their conversation includes references to the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250, a view on whether central government support will end soon, as well as commentary on emotional drivers and the psychology of money.

To find out more about IPS Capital, including the market commentary referenced in this episode, please visit their website

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 18 – Market commentary with IPS Capital (September 2021)

Episode 17 – The importance of Lasting Powers of Attorney

Listen in as Chartered Financial Planner, Nathan Munt , discusses Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) with Josh Dunstone.

Josh is a Solicitor at Spire Solicitors, who are based in Norfolk. He specialises in later-life planning, including wills, LPAs and trusts.

Their conversation focuses on the importance of LPAs, why it is important to put them in place early, as well as how they differ to Enduring Powers of Attorney.

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Episode 17 – The importance of Lasting Powers of Attorney

Episode 16 – Market commentary with Square Mile (July 2021)

Join Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke , as he discusses the current and future state of the financial markets with Mark Harries. Their conversation includes the overall outlook of the markets, as well as further insight on the overall global position, FTSE 100 and interest rates.

Mark is Chief Investment Officer at Square Mile, who are one of our trusted investment panel.

To find out more about Square Mile, visit their website.

Important information

The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 16 – Market commentary with Square Mile (July 2021)

Episode 15 – Defining the value of financial advice

Listen in as Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke, discusses the value of financial advice with Nathan Munt. Nathan is a Chartered Financial Planner at Lucas Fettes.

Their conversation focuses on creating and sustaining strong relationships with their clients, why advice is important, as well as why some of the benefits of financial advice are not necessarily financial.

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Episode 15 – Defining the value of financial advice

Episode 14 – Market commentary with Charles Stanley (May 2021)

Join Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke, as he discusses the current and future state of the financial markets with Jon Cunliffe. Their conversation includes the overall outlook of the markets, as well as further insight on bond yields, inflation and ESG investments.

Jon is Chief Investment Officer at Charles Stanley, who are one of our trusted investment panel.

To find out more about Charles Stanley, visit their website.

Important information

The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 14 – Market commentary with Charles Stanley (May 2021)

Episode 13 (Solicitor special) – Working with vulnerable clients

Client vulnerability is an extremely sensitive area of client care and requires a careful and responsible approach.

In this episode our Managing Director, Mark Brown, is joined by David Mulholland. Their conversation covers the different types of client vulnerability and the issues with identifying them, as well as how each of our professions should be working with one another to create a suitable joined-up service for the client.

David is a Business Development Manager at Brooks MacDonald, who are one of our trusted investment panel. He specialises in Court of Protection.

To find out more about Brooks MacDonald, please visit their website.

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Episode 13 (Solicitor special) – Working with vulnerable clients

Episode 12 – Market commentary with Brooks MacDonald (March 2021)

Join Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke, as he discusses the current and future state of the financial markets with Ed Park. This includes the outlook of the markets following Rishi Sunak’s Spring Budget announcement.

Ed is Chief Investment Officer at Brooks MacDonald, who are one of our trusted investment panel.

To find out more about Brooks MacDonald, visit their website.

Important information

The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 12 – Market commentary with Brooks MacDonald (March 2021)

Episode 11 (Solicitor special) – The due diligence solicitors must undertake when referring clients

In this episode, Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke, discusses the due diligence solicitors must undertake when referring clients to a financial planner. This conversation covers several important points, all with the general theme of creating a suitable joined-up service for clients. 

For this discussion, Neil is joined by Dave Seager of SIFA Professional. To find out more about SIFA Professional and the work they undertake to help create synergy between the financial and legal professions, visit their website.

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Episode 11 (Solicitor special) – The due diligence solicitors must undertake when referring clients

Episode 10 – Market commentary with Brewin Dolphin (January 2021)

In this episode, Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke, discusses the financial markets with Janet Mui. The discussion includes the outlook of the markets following the agreement of a Brexit deal, the rollout of Covid-19 vaccination programmes, and the inauguration of Joe Biden as the new US President.

Janet is an Investment Director at Brewin Dolphin, who are one of our trusted investment panel. To find out more about Brewin Dolphin, please visit their website.

Important information

The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 10 – Market commentary with Brewin Dolphin (January 2021)

Episode 9 – Ethical and sustainable investing

As concern for the planet increases amongst the population, ethical and sustainable investing (ESG) has become increasingly popular.

We define ethical and sustainable investing as investing with a view to helping society, the climate, planet, and avoiding areas that can be considered unethical.

It is important that you consider your ethical and sustainable preferences when making investment decisions.

Join our Managing Director, Mark Brown, as he discusses this topic with Divisional Director and Independent Financial Planner, Kerry Holmes.

Important information

The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 9 – Ethical and sustainable investing

Episode 8 – Market commentary with IPS Capital (November 2020)

Join Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke , as he discusses the current and future state of the financial markets with Chris Brown. Including the expected repercussions of the US election and the announcement of a COVID-19 vaccine.

Chris is a Partner and Chief Investment Officer at IPS Capital, who are one of our trusted panel of investment managers.

To find out more about IPS Capital, including the market commentary referenced in this episode, please visit their website.

Important information

The contents of this podcast do not constitute financial advice. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and it may not always be possible to receive back the sum initially invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future investment returns. This podcast constitutes a financial promotion.

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Episode 8 – Market commentary with IPS Capital

Episodes 1 – 7: The seven concepts of financial planning

The first episodes of In the know focus on our ‘7 Concepts of Financial Planning‘.

Episode 7 – Concept 7 (Keep on track)

Managing your finances, assets and financial planning is a continual process that takes into account changes in your life and the world around you.

Ensure you undertake regular reviews of your financial planning arrangements and the organisation and performance of your assets to ensure these are performing as required, making changes where necessary. 

Join our Managing Director, Mark Brown, as he discusses this concept with Divisional Director and Chartered Financial Planner, Liz Burrows .

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Episode 7 – Concept 7 (Keep on track)

Episode 6 – Concept 6 (Protect)

How are your financial plans impacted by your premature demise or illness?

You are at most risk during the period you are accumulating the level of assets you need to provide for the financial plans of you and your family. These risks can generally be insured to protect your financial plans.

Join our Managing Director, Mark Brown, as he discusses this concept with Director and Chartered Financial Planner, Ian Burrows .

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Episode 6 - Concept 6 (Protect)

Episode 5 – Concept 5 (Assets)

In what form are the assets that make up your wealth held and does this reflect your needs, attitudes and preferences.

How your assets are held and managed will determine the cost to you, the tax you pay, the level of risk/volatility you experience and the returns you achieve.

Join our Managing Director, Mark Brown, as he discusses this concept with Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke .

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Episode 5 - Concept 5 (Assets)

Episode 4 – Concept 4 (Tax)

Understanding how your various assets are taxed and whether these could be better organised to reduce the tax you pay.

Tax can have a significant impact on the value and longevity of your assets over time. By organising these within mainstream tax allowances you can minimise the amount of tax you pay and protect the value of your assets.

Join our Managing Director, Mark Brown, as he discusses this concept with Director and Chartered Financial Planner, Ian Burrows .

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Episode 4 - Concept 4 (Tax)

Episode 3 – Concept 3 (Time and expertise)

How much time do you want to spend managing your assets and are they currently organised to reflect this?

Managing your assets/wealth takes time, knowledge and expertise. How much time you spend will be determined by where your assets are held and how involved you are, and want to be, in their management.

Join our Managing Director, Mark Brown, as he discusses this concept with Divisional Director and Independent Financial Planner, Kerry Holmes .

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Episode 3 - Concept 3 (Time and expertise)

Episode 2 – Concept 2 (How much?)

Understand how much money you need and whether you have enough.

Knowing the amount of assets you will need to meet your requirements, objectives and aspirations over the course of your lifetime and after you are deceased enables you to understand where you currently are in relation to this and how to plan accordingly.

Join our Managing Director, Mark Brown, as he discusses this concept with Business Development Director and Chartered Financial Planner, Sarah Maguire .

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Episode 2 - Concept 2 (How much?)

Episode 1 – Concept 1 (You)

Everyone is financially unique and financial planning needs to be tailored to you.

You are financially unique – how your assets have been accumulated, where they are held and what you want to do with them is unique to you. Your objectives, attitudes, preferences and timescales will also be unique.

Join our Managing Director, Mark Brown, as he discusses this concept with Director and Independent Financial Planner, Neil Clarke.

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Episode 1 - Concept 1 (You)

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