The definition of retirement is evolving and although retirement almost certainly means a change of lifestyle, today it rarely means stopping work altogether.
We are pleased to announce the addition of a new Client Manager to our lending team.
Trade tensions, European politics and central banks grabbed the headlines during June.
Once the cloud of Brexit uncertainty has passed, the UK will begin forging new alliances that will support its long-term growth
As widely expected interest rates in the UK have remained at 0.5%.
Headline consumer prices increased 2.4% in the twelve months to May 2018, a shade behind expectations at 2.5%.
Unlike the high street banks who apply a tick -box approach to lending, at Brown Shipley we are relationship-driven.
Just a few weeks ago it was widely expected that the Bank of England would increase interest rates for the second time in a decade at todays meeting. However, that looks unlikely now given a more cautious Governor in the form of Mark Carney and weaker than expected growth over the last quarter.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of two new Client Senior Managers to our Leeds office.
Many grandparents will be keen to help with the cost of education for their grandchildren and may already be paying school or university fees directly out of their own income or investments. However, there may be an alternative option to consider; the bare trust.
The main investment themes of 2017 have extended strongly into 2018. In particular, the positive messages about the ongoing recovery of the global economy have continued with upbeat activity indicators being recorded across both developed and developing economies.
You may have seen GDPR hitting the headlines, or perhaps organisations have already contacted you about it? So what is GDPR?