TPO Markets Matter - December 2021
Watch our December edition of ‘TPO Markets Matter’ with Partner and Adviser Rob Morse, our Chief Investment Officer Toni Meadows, and freelance journalist Sam Shaw.
This webinar, it's all eyes on interest rates. The Bank of England's latest decision to maintain interest rates at their current levels surprised many industry commentators. Our experts discuss:
- The monetary policy decisions taken by different central banks
- What those decisions mean for different asset classes
- How the broader economic picture feeds into investment portfolios
The webinar also ended with a live Q&A.
About the speakers
|Toni Meadows||Robert Morse||Sam Shaw|
Chief Investment Officer - TPO
Partner - TPO
Freelance Financial Journalist
|I am responsible for the oversight of the investment solutions we offer to our clients and have 25 years experience in this area. I manage our team of investment specialists who help support our advisers and ensure our investment solutions are appropriate to meet the needs of our clients.||One of the founding partners of the firm, I have sat on our in-house Investment Committee and continue to advise private clients across a range of planning areas including investment management, retirement planning, personal financial planning and tax efficient structures.||I have been a financial journalist for 15 years. I now work as a freelance writer, content producer and presenter across a number of trade and consumer media outlets.|
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