James Godrich, Fund Manager
Adi Kuznicki, Illustration
The rise of populist politics through the early 21st Century is something that I’m sure will be delved into, with hypotheses about its causes for years to come.
Lesley Imgart, Illustration
Perhaps the biggest change in marketing in the last few years has been the rise of online influencers.
Wealth Planning in focus
Atticus Kidd, Wealth Planning Assistant
Andrew Rees, Illustration
Atticus Kidd, Wealth Planning Assistant at JM Finn, explores how the success of the auto enrolment initiative can be attributed to the core principles of behavioural science.
Client Survey 2019
Oliver Tregoning, Head of Marketing
Surveys are often like Marmite – you either love them or hate them. I know people who feel let down by a brand which doesn’t ask them how their experience was, but for every one of those, there is someone who feels a survey cheapens the product or service.
In this issue:
Stock in focus
Novo is a Danish pharmaceutical company which focuses on treating chronic illnesses. It is the world’s largest diabetes care company and operates in over 180 countries.
Enigma, the enemy: The Enigma was used throughout WWII as the Germans' encryption device of choice for all but the very highest level of secret communications.
The Potting Shed
The number of new businesses in the UK continues to grow year on year. In this series we ask entrepreneurs to describe the challenges they faced when embarking on their ventures.
So, it is much less complicated if you just live together, right? Wrong. There are an estimated 3.3 million cohabiting couples in the UK, this fastest growing family type has more than doubled since the mid-1990s.
For some while I have held the view that the most important medium term driver of interest rates is what happens in America, because I think America is going to be the catalyst for the next recession.
Europe has some great investment opportunities, but you could be forgiven for thinking otherwise. In March, the European Central Bank cut sharply its growth forecasts for 2019 and pledged to keep interest rates negative.