Quilter Cheviot is looking for the UK, Ireland and Jersey’s most innovative companies or individuals who are utilising innovation to help sustain rural communities. The successful applicant will receive £30,000 worth of funding.Learn more
We have once again, curated articles and information on a diverse range of subjects, all focused on the charity sector. Many of the contributors spoke at our 2018 seminars across the office network.READ MORE
The FTSE 100 is called to open 9 points higher at 7134. U.S. equities fell Tuesday after three straight days of gains, bringing the S&P 500 Index right back to the round number 2,900. The broad declines came on thin trading volumes, with the least amount of shares trading hands across U.S. exchanges this month.
Thin summer markets can be volatile and last week was no exception. A temporary inversion of the US yield curve (2 year bond yields moving higher than 10 year bond yields); unnerved equity markets and triggered a series of lurid headlines about an imminent economic recession.
In this week’s Diary, why August is never without its challenges, the thought that rationality is cyclical rather than structural, and a couple of examples of long term change.
Quilter Cheviot has appointed Nick Holmes as Managing Director to support the firm’s ongoing growth strategy and drive a number of new initiatives.
We are able to track our heritage back over 240 years and have been helping charities with their investments for nearly as long. To help ensure we fully understand the issues facing our clients, we actively encourage members of staff to take up a trusteeship with a wide range of charitable organisations or act as volunteer independent investment advisors on charity investment sub-committees.Learn more
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