Webinar: How to Plan, Allocate and Invest your Money
During this webinar, recorded on 28 July 2021, Nick Fletcher, senior partner of LWP, provides an overview of how we help individuals and families optimise their capital, including where we fit into the financial services landscape. Peter Hockless, senior adviser and client of LWP, then details his experience with the firm before Simon Gompertz, former personal finance correspondent of the BBC News, hosts a question and answer session.
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If you have any questions for Nick or the team, or would like to arrange a one-to-one, no obligation meeting to discuss your financial matters, please do contact us on +44 (0) 203 696 6801.
The information, data, analyses and opinions in the webinar are provided solely for information purposes and may not be copied or redistributed; neither do they constitute investment advice offered by London Wall Partners LLP and therefore references to specific sectors and securities are for illustration purposes only and should not be taken as a recommendation to buy or sell these sectors or securities. All statements of opinion or belief, and all views expressed in the webinar represent London Wall Partners LLP’s own assessment and interpretation of information and data as at the date the same are made and no representation is made or assurance given that such statements of opinion or belief or views are correct. Recipients of such statements of opinion or belief or views must determine for themselves what reliance (if any) they should place on such statements of opinion or belief or views, and no responsibility is accepted by London Wall Partners LLP in respect thereof. London Wall Partners LLP expressly disclaims any responsibility for trading decisions, damages or other losses resulting from any use of the information, data, analyses, statements of opinion or belief or views in the webinar. Investments fluctuate in value and may fall as well as rise and investors may not get back the value of their original investment. Past performance and forecasts of financial markets, any investment, sectors or specific securities should not be used as a guide to future performance.