Week in review: Friday 1st May 2015
If you are in Cranleigh tomorrow (Saturday), please come and say hello as the Informed Choice team will be handing out free Hazel saplings from outside Sundial House as part of the Spring into Cranleigh celebrations.
This week at Informed Choice, our podcast focuses on the upcoming General Election.
Martin went to London on Thursday to present the case for Informed Choice being named Best Retirement Adviser at the Money Marketing Financial Services Awards 2015. He tells the story here.
If there is anything you would like us to cover in future blogs or podcast episodes, please let us know.
To celebrate Spring into Cranleigh on Saturday 2nd May 2015, the Informed Choice team will be giving away free Hazel saplings from outside our High Street offices at Sundial House.
UK economic growth is slowing down, according to the latest official figures published by the Office for National Statistics.
Martin tells the story of being interviewed by judges for Best Retirement Adviser at the Money Marketing Awards 2015.
This week in the podcast, Martin chats to Green Party prospective MP Dee Searle about her election campaign, hears from Fidelity fund manager Nick Peters about what the election could mean for investment markets, and gets pre-election views from his fellow Financial Planners Chris Daems and Chris Budd.
We posted five more episodes of Informed Choice-U this week; our three-minute videos explaining personal finance and investing concepts:
Martin was quoted this week by Jay Vaananen, blogger for Banker’s Umbrella, speaking at the 68th CFA Annual Conference in Frankfurt. This is reported in FT Adviser.
Nick is quoted in this article from Money Marketing, about the government spend on creating a ‘brand identity’ for the Pension Wise guidance service.