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Summer Issue Thirty Five
The JM Finn Quarterly Periodical

Our domestic market has failed to surrender any of its recent positive momentum, despite a lack of progress in a number of important areas, such as Greece and Ukraine. This could all change soon, of…

Brian Tora, Associate with JM Finn & Co, has been invited to participate in the Market Wrap on Share Radio on Thursday 30th April.

The market seems to be taking the continuing focus on how the country might be run after next month’s general election in relatively good heart. Perhaps the message is that it doesn’t really matter…

JM Finn & Co has, with the help of Eliza Bonham Carter, Curator of the Royal Academy Schools, put on an exhibition of works by students, past and present, of the Royal Academy.

Last month I took the view that the 2008 loose monetary policy had left a raft of “zombie” companies who would usually have gone bust in a proper recession with higher interest rates.

JM Finn & Co is delighted to be sponsoring an exclusive evening at which bestselling historian and renowned TV and radio presenter, David Starkey will be exploring the Magna Carta and its…

With shares having convincingly travelled through 7000 on the FTSE 100 Share Index and some more encouraging noises emerging from the Federal Reserve Bank over in the United States, investors must be…

Well, we eventually made it. The December 1999 peak for the FTSE 100 Share Index has been finally topped – not by much, though, nor for too long. I had rather hoped we might have seen the Footsie dash…

JM Finn & Co has been identified as one of London Stock Exchange's 1000 Companies to inspire Britain

JM Finn & Co in Wales named a Regional Star.

Defaqto have awarded JM Finn & Co a five star rating for the Discretionary Portfolio Management service.

The Royal Academy is one of London's greatest treasures and, with some big plans for the future, JM Finn & Co was keen to explore what's in store for visitors in the coming years.

A new Community Arts Fund is being launched in Yorkshire.