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As a client of, or an adviser working with Quilter Cheviot, we appreciate that you may have questions around how to contact your investment manager, what to do about meetings you had scheduled, how your money is safeguarded, and more. Please click here for more information. If you have any questions relating to your investments, please click here to read what Chief Investment Strategist, Alan McIntosh has to say about the market impact from coronavirus. For more information on how our research and investment teams are responding to the virus, please click here to visit our coronavirus hub.


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Quilter Cheviot Global Income and Growth Fund for Charities



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We have a long track record of working with charities.


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What is ESG & why is important now?

08 April 2020

Greg Kearney, our Responsible Investment Analyst explains how integrating ESG considerations into our investment process helps us identify and understand potential risks and opportunities and ultimately protect, and possibly enhance, long term investment outcomes for our clients.

Investment insights

Dealers' Early Call

08 April 2020

The FTSE 100 is called to open 101 lower at 5603. Stocks in Asia extended a rally into a third day on light volumes as investors weighed signs of a slowing rate of coronavirus spread against more fatalities. Oil continued to swing ahead of a key meeting of suppliers. Japanese shares climbed more than 1%, with shares in Korea and Australia also higher. Hong Kong and China underperformed. S&P 500 futures rose to session highs as of 6 a.m. in London after fluctuating earlier, following a rocky session Tuesday when gains fizzled late in the day. The Australian dollar slipped after S&P Global Ratings cut the country’s credit-rating outlook to negative from stable. Treasuries were steady after this week’s dip.

The protection of a client’s money and assets is one of our primary concerns and we do everything in our power to ensure they are safeguarded. In this articles we answer potential questions you may have.

Join the Markets Uncut team as they look at how healthcare companies are performing and the progress of a potential vaccine, whether investment trusts are a good option for people wanting an income from their investments and the usual economic round-up and look ahead from Richard Carter.

About Us

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.

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What people say

"This is one of the best newsletters of this kind I have ever seen. Well written and informative on topics of genuine interest. I will certainly share it with my Board." 

Fabian French, CEO of UK Community Foundation