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WHIreland Wealth Management Supports Gordon-Colebrooke in 2019

Andrew Gordon-Colebrooke will be receiving the continued support of WHIreland Wealth Management in 2019 as he competes in the prestigious British GT Championship behind the wheel of a Century Motorsport BMW…

WHIreland shortlisted for the Citywire Wealth Manager’s London Regional Stars Awards 2019

We are delighted to be shortlisted in the annual Citywire Wealth Manager Regional Stars Awards 2019 within the London category. The awards are calculated on the ratings financial planners give…

The Navigator: Quarter 4 update

2018 was a challenging year for investors with volatility rising in particular in the final quarter. This was largely due to increased concerns of a global economic slowdown, unproductive trade…

Getting on with it: Companies negotiating their own Brexit

Investors who have listened to the news over the last few months might be led to believe that the turmoil in British politics means imminent disaster for the UK economy.…

Economic Update

UK The outlook for GDP growth remains muted with the economy still hamstrung by continued Brexit uncertainty. In the third quarter of 2018, business investment contracted for the third consecutive…

Have a (financial) plan…

Traditionally, the focus when constructing an investment portfolio has been on asset allocation and risk tolerance. However, people have often not given sufficient consideration as to ‘why’ they are investing.…

Tax planning reminder

Don’t leave tax planning to the last minute this tax year. The tax year ends on 5 April 2019, so now is the time to make sure you’ve maximised all…

Work experience: an introduction to financial services at WHIreland

We are delighted to offer a number of one day work experience opportunities for candidates aged between 16-22 at our London head office. We will be offering two dates for…

From Quantitative Easing to Quantitative Tightening

Readers will doubtless be familiar with the concept of Quantitative Easing (QE).  It involved the creation of digital money by central banks to buy financial assets, primarily, but not exclusively,…

Sector Review: Retail – fast fashion slowing up?

In the wake of tough trading conditions for traditional clothing retailers such as Next, M&S and Debenhams, investors have placed high expectations on the success of their internet based counterparts.…