Why Investing Makes Sense

    March 01, 2017 07:45
    DoubleTree by Hilton Lincoln, Brayford Wharf North, Lincoln

    This special presentation is ideal for individuals who:

    Have savings in cash
    Are looking to generate income from savings in a time of near zero interest rates and with rising inflation
    Haven’t used their ISA Allowance for 2016/17
    Are experienced investors looking for a timely update on investment markets
    Brexit and the outcome of the US presidential election in 2016 could fairly be described as a landmark year. As we look to the year ahead these key events are no doubt going to impact upon investment decisions going forward.

    With this background in mind Tower House Wealth Management and Streets Chartered Accountants are delighted to be hosting this special presentation.

    The session will be led by Robin Tindale, Chartered Financial Planner, Fellow of the Personal Finance Society and Managing Director of Tower House Management.

    Our keynote speaker will be Chris Cahill, Chartered Financial Planner and Private Client Manager at St James Place Wealth Management.

    Chris will provide those who are looking at investment decisions and how to manage their wealth with an insightful and practical presentation on ‘Why investing makes sense’. In particular he will consider the impact of last year’s events on investing, along with looking ahead to 2017 and beyond with regards to how to make the best of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

    With a period of record low interest rates, Chris will also seek to provide investors with options around investing for income.

    His presentation will conclude with some good housekeeping planning strategies as we approach the end of the current tax year.


    7:45am Registration

    8am Full English Breakfast

    8:30am Presentation

    9:15am Tea & Coffee

    9:30 Close

    To book your free place online please visit www.streetsweb.co.uk/about/events

    Alternatively please contact Laura Butler by email lbutler@streetsweb.co.uk or call 01522 551200.

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