We met the companies below and you can learn more on any of these by contacting the person at JM Finn with whom you usually deal.
The slowing global macro backdrop is feeding through to the performance of a range of businesses.
Back in August 2020 there was a headline that made for uncomfortable reading for us European investors: US tech stocks are now worth more than the entire European market.
After a difficult year for investors in 2022, it has been an encouraging start to 2023 for the UK economy and stock market as a whole.
Cranswick is a food producer specialising in high quality, predominantly pork and chicken products sold mostly into UK retail.
The UK high street has not been an easy place to operate in recent years but Greggs has bucked this trend.
Howdens manufactures and sells kitchens having seen success with a steady climb in trade accounts over time.
RS Group, formerly Electrocomponents, is a global industrial and electronic product and component distributor which stocks more than 700,000 products from switches, pulleys and sensors through to…
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We spoke to Iona Garton, Senior Investment Manager at JM Finn on her career to date within financial services and her advice for others considering a career in the sector.
James Godrich, manager of our CSI funds provides his insight into February's performance.
Food inflation, Northern Ireland protocol fallout and the upcoming budget have impacted markets.
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