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Welcome to Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management UK’s wealth blog. Here you can find articles covering a variety of key topics from the investment world such as retirement, wealth and tax planning, investment ideas and the latest economy and market news. Don’t forget to sign up to our wealth blog if you would like to receive regular financial insights from our experts.

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Pensions at a glance
26 January 2019 in Retirement planning, Wealth planning

It’s never too early to start planning ahead or to review your existing pension arrangements, and it may be time to consider your options. 

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Getting your finances in shape for 2019: three financial resolutions to help you succeed
8 January 2019 in Tax planning, Wealth planning

Here are our top three New Year’s financial resolutions to help you plan for a successful 2019 and beyond.

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What to do before April 2019: your essential six point financial planning checklist

Wealth Adviser, Sagar Morjaria outlines what you should be doing now to make sure that you are well prepared for the new tax year starting 6 April 2019.

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Investment conference 2018: Exploring the future

The theme of Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management’s investment conference was to ‘explore the future’. Expert speakers painted a picture of tomorrow’s world - from global demographic trends to technological advancement – and considered what the future might look like and how it might affect the way we invest today.

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Investment markets – a look back on 2018 and reasons to be cheerful for 2019

When Donald Trump was elected in November 2016, markets soon applauded him as a tax-cutting, regulation-slashing, business-focused President. The welcome mat was withdrawn during 2018, however, as trade wars started to unnerve investors and stall business spending.

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Politics, interest rates and trade wars - can we expect more volatility in 2019?

Forecasting returns and markets in 2019 is fraught with danger, as unpredictable political events may continue to cause volatility. However, in staying focused on the economic fundamentals, we see more upside than downside next year.

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