Your Investments
Wealth Matters, Q3 2022: Is the tide turning?

Joe Prendergast

In this issue of Wealth Matters, we reflect on a punishing H1, look ahead to H2, explore ways to fund children's education and examine bare trusts.

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Your Investments
Taking stock: six questions about our investment outlook

Joe Prendergast

Much has changed since we published our 2022-2026 Investment Outlook. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has clouded the investment outlook, adding to inflation and interest rate concerns, and, against this backdrop of increased uncertainty, some of our assumptions have changed.

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Your Investments
Wealth Matters, Q2 2022: Sentiment, fundamentals and expectations

Joe Prendergast

In this issue of Wealth Matters, we present reflect on the turbulence in financial markets and explore the financial attractions of a retirement abroad.

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Your Investments
Stay diversified – and stay the course: Wealth Matters, Q1 2022

Joe Prendergast

In this issue of Wealth Matters, we present our views on the investment landscape and explore a wealth planning theme to help build and protect our clients' wealth.

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Your Investments
Investment Outlook 2022-2026

Joe Prendergast

After a year of tumult, our Investment Outlook for 2022-2026 takes a look at our outlook for global growth.

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Your Investments
How to invest in private equity

Joe Prendergast

Many companies have always been private, such as family businesses or partnerships, but with the proliferation of leveraged buy-outs as a tool, private equity (PE) has become a sub-asset class of its own.

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