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Market update with Aled Phillips & Lothar Mentel

By Niche, 6th Nov 2020
2 min read

This week within our latest market update, Aled Phillips (Operations Director and Chartered Financial Planner) is joined by the CEO & Chief Investment Officer of Tatton Investment Management, Lothar Mentel.

In an investment management career spanning three decades, Lothar co-founded Tatton in 2012 and is now responsible for nearly £8 billion worth of investments. We are delighted to share with you his expert insight into current market events.

Our latest market update addresses how the markets may react to the outcome of the US election, plus the long-term impact of further UK lockdowns and increasing Government debt. Possible future opportunities, including the impact of Brexit, are also discussed.

  • Question 1 | Click here to watch >
    How do you feel the market will react to the US election outcome, and how will potential new policy affect global markets?
  • Question 2 | Click here to watch >
    What do you feel is the long-term impact of further lockdowns and increased government debt on portfolios?
  • Question 3 | Click here to watch >
    Where do you see the most opportunity going forwards and do you feel that the UK is looking to be a good opportunity given current valuations relative to other developed markets, especially with Brexit tailwinds?
  • Question 4 | Click here to watch >
    Do you have any concerns about inflation and returns from fixed interest?
  • Question 5 | Click here to watch >
    As your asset allocation remains overweight equities, why do you feel that equities are a favoured asset class in the current climate?

If you would like to find out more about the items discussed within our latest market update, or if you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact us. We continue to operate as normal and are available for telephone or video meetings.

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Email: info@nicheifa.co.uk

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