08 April 2021
In the World Economic Forum’s analysis of top global risks, climate change and related issues are of primary significance, as are disease, digital inequality, and cyber insecurity. Nowhere do the words ‘war’ or ‘terrorism’ appear. Following our event, the Future of Security, we speak again to Jonathan Shaw who shares his thoughts on the most serious global security risks.
01 April 2021
The global economic outlook is strengthening, and this view has been reinforced by many companies reporting expectation-beating earnings for the last quarter of 2020. But while good business results go some way towards explaining the confidence in equity markets, are they enough to justify inflated prices?
30 March 2021
Lawrence Cook discusses Sanlam's recent client tax research and how advisers can add extra value to their clients.
29 March 2021
Our safety and freedom are no longer fought for on distant battlefields. Instead, every one of us is on the front line when it comes to protecting our society and economy from global cyber espionage. That was just one of the sobering thoughts from our Future of Security virtual event held on Thursday 25 March.
24 March 2021
The collectors’ club of handbags is growing, but does the temptation to wear and use these luxury assets make them a good investment?
23 March 2021
The Lifetime Allowance freeze announced in the Budget is not material in the short term, however not having any increases in the LTA for the next five tax years could have a much larger impact, and, as time goes by, more people will be affected.
19 March 2021
Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we summarise the key market developments over the last seven days.
19 March 2021
With tax year end fast approaching, the opportunity to use up personal allowances for ISAs, pensions and other tax wrappers is running out. In this refresher, we go through the different tax wrappers, how they work, and which ones can you take advantage of ahead of 5th April.