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The corpse of an Orca whale was found washed-up on the Lincolnshire coast last week. Tests are still being carried out to establish the exact cause of death, however, it has been reported that the whale’s stomach contained no fish – just plastic! This is an incredibly sad example of how plastic and rubbish is

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Visiting the Eden Tree Fund House

Meeting with fund managers and their teams is something we are keen to do with regularity and a sense of purpose. We often meet groups of fund managers at organised events, but we also will travel to meet them in their own head-quarters. I thought it would be useful to report back on one of

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Protect yourself from fraud in 20..20..

We wanted to just quickly remind all of our clients that 2020 is a unique year for signing off those cheques, application forms or other legal documents. Most people will reduce a date to the last two digits of the year. So, for example, Christmas would have been dated 25/12/19 2020 offers a great opportunity

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Am I invested in UK Commercial Property Funds and should I worry?

The papers have been full of stories over the weekend on the demise of the M&G Property fund. The panic appears to be spreading within this sector. Indeed (according to BBC News) some £97 million in funds was withdrawn from property funds on just one trading platform over Thursday and Friday last week. All of

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Thomas and Thomas Awarded ‘Transparency Champion 2019’ from the NMA Top 100

The evenings have drawn in, mud and rain abounds and ‘Brexit’ seems more likely than finding a plumber to service my boiler! It was therefore extremely wonderful news to be informed that Thomas and Thomas have been awarded a very special accolade by the prestigious industry publication ‘NMA’. For the past eight years, thousands of

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Katy Caine considers the value of inherited ISA allowances for clients:

The Individual Savings Account (ISA) made its debut on April 6 1999 as the successor to the Personal Equity Plan (PEP) and Tax Exempt Special Savings Account (TESSA). Annual allowances have increased gradually since the creation of the PEP from £2,400 (in 1987) to a current £20,000 (2019/20) per annum. To this end, savers have

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