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Investing for Growth

Investing for growth may not be as straightforward as it once was.

A proliferation of new investment options are available, but each carries their own risk. Interest rates are also very low, whilst both political and economic uncertainty have impacted the markets.

However, your dedicated investment manager has a wealth of resources at their disposal, enabling them to navigate this challenging environment and make expert decisions around your investments.

How is it done?

There are various ways to invest your wealth so that it can grow over time. Some of the most common are:

  • Equities: The most popular way of investing for growth is purchasing equities – shares in companies. History has shown that holding a portfolio of shares over the longer term has provided a way for an investor to protect themselves against the effects of inflation. Each year a company may decide to pay a dividend to its shareholders and this may be reinvested.
  • Alternatives: An alternative investment is an investment in asset classes other than quoted shares, bonds, and cash. Alternatives include tangible assets such as precious metals and some financial assets such as real estate, infrastructure, commodities, private equity, hedge funds and venture capital.

Bespoke service

Your dedicated investment manager is supported by a well-resourced research team, who are constantly looking for the best investment opportunities.

Your investment manager is directly contactable and can answer any questions whenever you need them. This is part of our bespoke service to ensure investing with us is easy and flexible.

Share your goals with us

Come and see us so we can start working to get you closer to your personal financial goals.

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Enjoy articles and infographics from our expert research team, as they discuss their predictions and the rationale behind their investment picks this month.