Wealth Matters, Q3 2022: Is the tide turning?

18 July 2022

In our latest edition of Wealth Matters, Joe Prendergast, Global Strategic Advisor, reflects on a punishing H1 amid persistent inflation and growing concerns over global growth.

Against this  backdrop, safe havens have struggled to deliver. Nevertheless, we believe the volatility experienced in H1 should not deter investors from their strategic course,” he explains.

Other highlights in this edition:

  • Grace Webster, Senior Wealth Management Executive, explores different approaches to funding children’s education. 
  • Chief Investment Officer Bernard Swords explains why he expects a better second half of the year after a very difficult six months for financial markets.
  • Conor Crowley, Wealth Management Executive, examines bare trusts and how they are managed.

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