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At Clarion we firmly believe it is important not only to invest our time and skills to provide our clients with a high-quality financial planning service but that, when appropriate, we should also invest in local communities. At the end of last year, we made a donation to a Wilmslow-based charity, Rob and his Angels, […]
We are delighted to welcome Matthew Peoples as our new trainee associate financial planner. Matthew was so eager to begin his career in the finance sector, he completed his cybersecurity degree at Sheffield Hallam University early to join us several weeks before the term officially ended. Matthew has a long-held interest in personal finance, which […]
Bitcoin has been on something of a rollercoaster ride in the last few months and investors would be forgiven for feeling like they have developed crypto whiplash from the highs and lows. However, there seems to be one constant – Bitcoin’s burgeoning reputation as “dirty currency”. And with investors in 2021 more ESG-aware than ever, […]
Emma Nunnerley has more than 20 years’ experience in the Financial Services sector. After administrative and trainee roles with companies in London and Manchester, and a break to go travelling, she joined Clarion Wealth Management eight years ago – and has never looked back. What do you enjoy about working at Clarion? “I have been […]
Minutes of the Clarion Investment Committee held at 1pm on 6th May 2021 by video link. Committee Members in attendance: – Sam Petts (SP) IC Chairman/Investment Manager Keith Thompson (KWT) Chairman (Clarion Investment Management) Adam Wareing (AW) Operations Director & Compliance Director (Clarion Investment Management) Jacob Hartley (JH) Associate Financial Planner (Clarion Wealth Planning) Dmitry […]
“I’ve got to admit it’s getting better, a little better all the time.” – A song from The Beatles’ 1967 album Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Coronavirus update Despite occasional, and often welcome, distractions from the world of politics, sport, weather, travel and, sadly, crime, the coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate headlines. The world’s […]
Minutes of the Clarion Investment Committee held at 1pm on 8th April 2021 by Video Link. Committee Members in attendance: – Sam Petts (SP) IC Chairman/Investment Manager Keith Thompson (KWT) Chairman (Clarion Investment Management) Ron Walker (RW) Managing Director (Clarion Investment Management) Adam Wareing (AW) Operations Director & Compliance Director (Clarion Investment Management) Jacob Hartley […]
“A stumbling block to the pessimist is a stepping-stone to the optimist.” – Eleanor Roosevelt, Former First Lady of the United States of America It seems appropriate that April’s commentary coincides with Spring and a sense of new beginnings, as we begin to emerge from lockdown. No doubt there will be many challenges as society […]
Clarion Wealth Planning’s Business Development Director, John Winstanley, explains why the company has experienced a surge in their client base over the last 12 months. As a result of the global Covid pandemic, the past year has caused massive turbulence within all commercial sectors, but whilst many markets have reported decline and shrinkage, nearly half […]