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Summer Issue Thirty Nine
The JM Finn Quarterly Periodical

In this article James Ayling glances back at the competing powertrains of the 19th century, compares the total cost of ownership and powertrains of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) and Internal…

Over the last few years, we have generally taken an international stance on investment and my belief is that we should continue to do so long-term. It certainly has helped performance in recent years…

With more encouraging noises emerging from the trade talks between the US and China, markets have been in a more buoyant mood.

Markets have largely ignored the opening shots in the battle for the electorate’s votes.

James, manager of the CSI multi-asset funds gives his thoughts on the funds in the context of the market.

“Expanding on the idea of investment for everyone” Will Ramsay, Founder and CEO of the Affordable Art Fair talks about our exclusive partnership with the fair.

Whatever stage of life you are at, you’ll have a dream.

Nike was born from a passion for running, fuelled by an addictive thrill of winning with the finishing line yet unknown.

Just when you thought the political shenanigans at Westminster couldn’t get more convoluted, yet another episode in this sorry saga opens.

This week Mario Draghi, chairman of the European Central Bank, delivered his final press conference.

“Expanding on the idea of investment for everyone” Jennifer Conner, UK Regional Manager of the Affordable Art Fair talks about our exclusive partnership with the fair.

JM Finn won Wealth Management Firm of the Year at the 2019 MoneyAge awards.

JM Finn is pleased to announce that Marcus Holden-Craufurd has joined JM Finn, effective immediately as an investment director based in the London office.

Many investors avoid allocating to Japan justifying their decision by its cyclicality, stubborn disinflation, challenging demographics and the usual concerns surrounding weak economic growth.