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Often in the news for the wrong reasons, Facebook is not a company which many would call a success. But from a financial perspective the business has performed incredibly well since its stock market…

Businesses that benefit from the network effect are said to see the value of their product or service increase with the number of users. This may sound simple, but it is actually quite uncommon and is…

Barclays Bank has been in the news recently, but not quite for all the right reasons. An American shareholder activist called Ed Bramson has been pushing for the bank to restructure its investment…

England batter and one of Wisden’s five cricketers of the year, Tammy Beaumont gives her thoughts on the world cup in an exclusive blog written for JM Finn.

As part of her exclusive sell-out tour, Alice will share insights, anecdotes and behind-the-scenes stories from her personal journey to explore Britain’s past, with footage from her programmes and…

Shares have held up reasonably well recently, helped by President Trump cancelling the proposed tariff on Mexican goods and expectations of more central bank easing.

With a short week of trading for both us and the Americans and little of note on either the results or the economic front, is it any wonder markets have been relatively quiet.

JM Finn have been proud sponsors of Dogs for Good for over 5 years now due to the range of issues that having a dog can support.

Marcus Holden-Craufurd has agreed to join JM Finn as an investment director, subject to regulatory and contractual approval.

Held at Ipswich Waterfront, the challenge was part of the Twilight series.

Brexit might have faded into the background, so far as current market influence is concerned, but it is far from completely absent.

Congratulations to our Charities team for being shortlisted in the Magic Circle Awards for Charity Investment Manager of the Year.

Sir Ian Botham, Keane singer Tom Chaplin and former England rugby player Rob Andrew are among those attending a star-studded fundraising event at Tonbridge School in support of Rwanda Aid.