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Whilst an increase in dividends per share tends to be viewed as a positive by investors, it must be considered in proportion to earnings per share. This is an equation known as the dividend pay-out…

Not only have we seen unexpected victories for Donald Trump in the US and the Brexit campaign on our own shores, but I would also need both hands and at least a couple of toes to count the number of…

More details will follow in an explanatory letter to all clients and a follow-up article in the summer edition of Prospects. I mention this because one of the areas that the industry is struggling to…

Many of our clients will not yet be aware that we are currently fully immersed in what is probably the biggest regulatory change to the way our business operates, under the guise of MiFID II which…

Marie Curie is holding a fund raising drinks reception and private view, which JM Finn & Co are delighted to support.

With a budget just around the corner, the direction the Trump administration is likely to take still far from clear and more doubt over the Brexit negotiations as the House of Lords debates the…

‘Ceteris paribus’ is a favourite phrase amongst economists that is often laughed off as having little utility in the real world. Its meaning is ‘all other things held constant’ which we all know is a…

Wednesday 8th March will see JM Finn host it's second Investment Conference, at the Faraday Theatre at The Royal Institution.

Markets have quietened down over the course of the past two weeks.

It has been a relatively steady start to 2017 from a market perspective.

JM Finn & Co is pleased to announce that Edward Furness-Smith has joined JM Finn & Co as a senior investment manager in the London office.

By any stretch of the imagination, there has been a great deal to take on board during these first few weeks o f 2017.

JM Finn & Co have recently sponsored Colchester Rugby club and the Bury St Edmunds Hockey club.

Equity markets finished 2016 in optimistic mood, contrary to early expectations and a series of adverse political events.