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WHIreland announces new appointments to Bristol office as the Group continues to expand its wealth management services and corporate advice

As part of continuing plans to build its Bristol business, servicing the South West of England, WHIreland has announced the appointments of Chris Savidge as a Corporate Finance Executive and…

Bristol 2 Bordeaux charity cycle challenge

Congratulations to Nick Lamb in our Bristol office who successfully completed the Bristol to Bordeaux charity cycle challenge for Bristol-based PROPS, an independent charitable organisation providing opportunities and support for…

Our sponsorship of Henbury Golf Club

We are delighted to be continuing our kit sponsorship of the Henbury Golf Club teams in 2018. Henbury Golf club is one of the premier golf clubs in the Bristol…

An overlooked asset?

David Bushe, Head of Investments at WHIreland International Wealth, explains why local asset managers should shout louder about the advantages of using lsle of Man-based expertise and business I met…

WHIreland win prestigious Wealth Adviser award for the second year running

We are delighted to have been named ‘Best Domestic Clients Team’ for the second year running at the Wealth Adviser Awards 2018. The prestigious title is a further recognition of…

Bank of England on hold amid lower UK growth and inflation

Today sees another ‘Super Thursday’ from the Bank of England (BoE) with the publication at noon of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) decision on UK interest rates, together with a…

Property investments: some considerations

Investing in property has been popular in recent years, with many people buying flats or homes to rent out as an investment strategy for later life. But while buy-to-let landlords…

Dividend allowance drop

Since the £5,000 dividend allowance was introduced on the 6th April 2016, the differences between an ISA and a General Investment Account (GIA) have been marginal for assets under a…

Sector review: US technology

Many investors may have heard the term FANGS in passing or on the news, but what are they? FANGS are an abbreviation of Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google (Subsidiary of…

Leading indicators: the Conference Board

Investors with a passing interest in economics will be well aware of the plethora of statistics which are released on a daily basis. Individual statistics say little on their own,…