Money Laundering

The government has introduced tough money laundering laws in a bid to combat international crime and terrorism. This means that financial planners and other professionals need to check that you are who you say you are when you first instruct them. They may also ask for proof of identity if you have not instructed them for some time. Usually, identity is provided with a form of photographic document – such as your passport.

Tuning out the Noise

When factors outside our control impact on your investments, an eloquent overview from David Gow in our recent newsletter.

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