Webinar: More 'Interest' in Cash

In our latest webinar More 'Interest' in Cash, experts Anna Bowes and Robert Morse discussed how you can make your cash work harder.

During this free 45-minute webinar we discuss the following:

  • Have the rates peaked and what's next for savings rates?
  • The challenges facing savers.
  • The importance of incorporating cash into your financial plans.
  • The role of National Savings & Investments.
  • How you can make your cash work harder.

We also allowed time after the webinar for Questions and Answers. 

If you would like to discuss your financial situation and how we can help you, get in touch today and arrange a free consultation with an adviser. 

Find out more about Savings Champion's Cash platform, the Savers Hub.

About the speakers

Anna Bowes Robert Morse  

Co-Founder - Savings Champion

Senior Partner - TPO


As Co-Founder of our sister company Savings Champion, I am a regular contributor to the BBC's Money Box, Breakfast and News programmes, as well as the national press, providing expert analysis and commentary on the UK savings market.

I have been working in the financial services industry for almost 30 years and for much of that time I have been helping people to earn as much as they can on their cash savings.

I provide a truly holistic advisory service that is guided by my ability to simplify problems and provide solutions with empathy, persistence, integrity and humour.

My approach to financial planning is one that seeks to demystify and explain complex financial problems, strategies and solutions in a financial language that can be comprehensively understood by all my clients.



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