Covid-19 hubs: Expert insights from across our professional community - Updated
04 May 2020
04 May 2020
Personal Finance Society
As part of our dedicated coronavirus hub, we are constantly looking for further insights, updates and interactive sessions from across the sector to keep you informed on our ever-changing profession.
Below are a range of hubs, podcasts, webinars and articles on what our partners have to say:
Investors must consider the lessons of past downturns as they look to the future. Global equities manager Simon Edelsten looks at lessons learnt in the 1970s and explains how the seeds of positive change are often sown in the depths of crisis.
A library of webinars can be found with tips, tools and advice from helping you attract and retain clients to maximising your business’s potential.
Explore this hub for a whole range of resources including a discussion between members of their investment explaining where they will find income in a dividend-scarce world.
There is also a certified CPD webinar from Mark Robertson, Head of Multi-Strategy Funds and Andy Ford, Senior Investment Director, discussing their views and insights on the key themes and trends driving markets.
Podcast: Fireside chat with Cliadhna Law
Cliadhna talks us through her new daily structure working from home and how the absence of a commute has generated more free time for creative endeavours.
Risk market recovery, all their latest insights.
These interactive weekly calls are held at 9am every Tuesday and are led by Andrew McCaffery, Global CIO, Asset Management. You can register for the upcoming calls using the links below.
An interesting article covering Invesco Monthly Income Plus (UK) – positioned to take advantage of recovering markets.
Legal & General
Legal & General is also running a regular ‘In conversation with…’ live stream series, bringing experts together to share perspectives on topical issues and current events. Advisers can view the series on demand at the Adviser academy.
Webinar — Strategic Fixed Income — COVID 19
The COVID-19 pandemic will likely prove to be a defining period for investors. Jenna Barnard and John Pattullo will cover these topics and more, sharing their insights into the world of asset allocation and investments in a COVID stricken climate.
Listen to the latest market and portfolios update from the Jupiter Independent Funds team.
Webinar by Charles de Quinsonas, Deputy Manager of the M&G Emerging Markets Bond Fund and M&G (Lux) Emerging Markets Bond Fund, where he discusses risks and opportunities in emerging bond markets after the recent sharp declines in the asset class.
A useful hub dedicated to all things coronavirus.
CPD Webinars - Got a client who needs to do some estate planning? Then you should tune in to watch The Estate Planning Show:
Episode 1: 5 May (and again 12 May). The need for estate planning and how to position it with clients.
Episode 2: 6 May (and again 13 May). Getting to grips with the detail and writing business.
Premier Miton Investors
The latest covid-19 fund updates.
Prudential's hub contains a wealth of resources.
Join Isobel Langton, Royal London Intermediary CEO, and other industry experts as they discuss what great service looks like on Financial Adviser's webinar on Wednesday 6 May at 3pm.
With many companies announcing dividend cancellations, cuts and deferrals in light of the challenging economic environment, your clients’ reliance on traditional sources of income will be under great pressure.
For those pressed for time, video vignettes give a short, sharp take on the key global developments, and how they may change the business landscape.
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