It’s tough out there right now for investors. We know that markets will recover, but you would be forgiven for feeling a trifle negative currently. We are seeing that our client portfolios have currently managed to reduce the full impact of FTSE 100 losses – but is there anything more we can feel positive about?
Katy Caine reports back on her visit to this years ‘Good Money Week’ in London. Last week, I attended the ‘Good Money Week’ in London. I was invited to represent Thomas and Thomas at the Aberdeen Standard event which is in its fourth year. It is a small event but it is gaining momentum. The
Since making it to ‘Fellow’ a couple of years ago, the exam front has been a bit quiet for Darren as he has been developing the business and helping the future generation get through their own professional qualifications. However, the new ‘Adviser Competency Manual’ or ACT issued by Worthstone and supported by the Cabinet Office,
Darren has been building bespoke ethical investment portfolios for his clients for the past 13 years or so. Upon joining Thomas and Thomas as a trainee financial planner, I was immediately fascinated by this area of investment. Since the launch of our unique ‘Pro-Ethical’ offering in January last year – we have seen a marked
Darren reports back on the recent Social Impact Academy Conference in London. On the 29th of November, Emma and I traveled to London to attend this years’ Social Impact Academy. This annual event is designed to promote the benefits and techniques of ethical investment – to professional advisers. Some 200 paying candidates arrived for an
Katy was recently asked to put the following article together for the industry press: My introduction into ‘Ethical Investing’ began three years ago when I started working for Thomas and Thomas Financial Services. I have always considered myself passionate about environmental and ethical issues so I was very pleased to learn that my new employer