Want to know how your investments are affected by global events?

Brunsdon Asset Management’s Investment Solution aims to increase the value of your investment over the medium-long term, based on a level of risk with which you’re most comfortable.

You will know that the value of investments and the income from them may go down as well as up and that past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. However, thanks to active fund management by our Investment Managers, Brooks Macdonald, both the TM Brunsdon Cautious Growth Fund and the TM Brunsdon Adventurous Growth Fund have historically performed well in comparison with other similar funds and their respective IA Sector benchmarks.

2020 has been an unprecedented year. Not only have we been impacted by a global pandemic, but there’s also been a United States Presidential Election and the United Kingdom’s planned exit from the EU to contend with.

Many clients have contacted us for advice as to how these changes will affect their investments and we are always happy to help. However, as things change on a daily basis you may also wish to bookmark Brooks Macdonald’s website ‘Insights’ page , where you can find up-to-the minute commentary and thought leadership on the current state of play.

For example, you will find a recent webinar delivered by Edward Park, Chief Investment Officer at Brooks Macdonald in which the impact of the outcome of the US Election, the second COVID lockdown and Britain’s trade negotiations with the EU were all discussed. Edward suggested that despite expecting at least a month of ‘noise’ from Donald Trump and his supporters quibbling with the election result, world leaders would begin – and have already begun – adapting to and courting the Biden presidency. He predicted that many of the risks and opportunities in the world markets under Trump would now need to be revisited in the light of the Biden victory – not least the UK’s trading relationship with the United States.

Please do take a look at the website. I hope you will find it interesting and informative, but please continue to contact us for individual help and advice with regard to your investment portfolio.

Brunsdon Financial is not responsible for the content of third-party web sites.

Investments can fall as well as rise, irrespective of the level of risk chosen and the income from them can go down as well as up and neither is guaranteed. You may not get back the amount originally invested.

Want to know how your investments are affected by global events?

Brunsdon Asset Management’s Investment Solution aims to increase the value of your investment over the medium-long term, based on a level of risk with which you’re most comfortable.

You will know that the value of investments and the income from them may go down as well as up and that past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. However, thanks to active fund management by our Investment Managers, Brooks Macdonald, both the TM Brunsdon Cautious Growth Fund and the TM Brunsdon Adventurous Growth Fund have historically performed well in comparison with other similar funds and their respective IA Sector benchmarks.

2020 has been an unprecedented year. Not only have we been impacted by a global pandemic, but there’s also been a United States Presidential Election and the United Kingdom’s planned exit from the EU to contend with.

Many clients have contacted us for advice as to how these changes will affect their investments and we are always happy to help. However, as things change on a daily basis you may also wish to bookmark Brooks Macdonald’s website ‘Insights’ page , where you can find up-to-the minute commentary and thought leadership on the current state of play.

For example, you will find a recent webinar delivered by Edward Park, Chief Investment Officer at Brooks Macdonald in which the impact of the outcome of the US Election, the second COVID lockdown and Britain’s trade negotiations with the EU were all discussed. Edward suggested that despite expecting at least a month of ‘noise’ from Donald Trump and his supporters quibbling with the election result, world leaders would begin – and have already begun – adapting to and courting the Biden presidency. He predicted that many of the risks and opportunities in the world markets under Trump would now need to be revisited in the light of the Biden victory – not least the UK’s trading relationship with the United States.

Please do take a look at the website. I hope you will find it interesting and informative, but please continue to contact us for individual help and advice with regard to your investment portfolio.

Brunsdon Financial is not responsible for the content of third-party web sites.

Investments can fall as well as rise, irrespective of the level of risk chosen and the income from them can go down as well as up and neither is guaranteed. You may not get back the amount originally invested.

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