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The Budget 2020: What you need to know to help your clients

When the Conservatives won the General Election back in December 2019, it was on the back of some manifesto promises that would move the UK forward post Brexit. Now we have officially left the EU, the new Chancellor has stood up to deliver the first Budget of this new era, facing a number of challenges, which were not in anyone’s plans.
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If it's not hurting, you are not doing it right

Lawrence Cook, Head of UK Intermediary Distribution, discusses the 'if it's hurting, it's working' school of thought.
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Patience is key for citizens and investors

Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we summarise the key market developments
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Suspended Property funds

Recently, there have been a number of fund suspensions in the UK property sector because the Covid-19 virus has impacted the independent valuers’ ability to value UK property held as underlying investments in the funds.
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Coronavirus special: counting the cost and looking ahead

This month we discuss why markets reacted so aggressively, and what we can expect in the weeks, months and years ahead.
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Retirees: Is it time to review your investment and income strategy?

As investors recently watched the value of their hard-earned savings tumble overnight, it gave rise to fear and panic. Younger investors have time to recover their losses, but what about those already in retirement, and particularly clients who need their pension savings for an income? Here we discuss some simple things you can consider in order to protect your future retirement income.
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Markets stabilise after unprecedented stimulus

Welcome to our weekly newsletter, where we summarise the key market developments over the last seven days.
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SIP Property Fund suspension

Sanlam Investment and Pensions (SIP) have taken the decision to temporarily suspend the SIP Property Fund from 12 noon on 23 March 2020.

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