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The Leeds office of JM Finn & Co sponsored a seminar for the local branch of STEP, the global professional association for practitioners who specialise in family inheritance and succession planning.

Well, we managed to survive May – that most capricious of months for investors.

Our book club is always looking to expand its horizons, and learn more from the great investors of our time.

2016 demonstrated that what could be perceived as bad for the UK economy can be good for UK markets.

With our own FTSE 100 Share Index breaking above 7500 for the first time and the US S&P 500 Index having hit new highs, before White House shenanigans sent it into reverse, investors are doubtless…

Entities are required to obtain a unique identifier as part of the new rules under MiFID II or suffer the consequences of their investment manager being unable to transact on their behalf.

My forays into politics have a chequered history. Back in 1997 I volunteered to help the Conservatives canvass in Fulham and Putney.

The second quarter of 2017 has begun in generally positive terms for global equities, with the three main US indices continuing to push towards new highs and European markets rallying after both…

May has got off to a more comfortable start than might have been expected, given the sabre rattling taking place on the Korean peninsula and some disappointing economic growth numbers coming out of…

As part of a five year long partnership with the Royal Academy (RA), JM Finn & Co have developed a series of exhibitions, in association with the RA Schools.

For the second year running, JM Finn & Co is delighted to sponsor the Inspired Festival of Silver.

Guests of JM Finn & Co were treated to a fascinating talk by the Master of the Temple Church.

An interesting affect from the Quantitative Easing (QE) since 2008, has been the repositioning of the traditional business cycle.

An enormous crowd flocked to Higham in Suffolk on Easter Saturday to enjoy the point-to-point racing which provided some exciting action despite the small fields owing to the fast ground.