Monthly Archives: November 2016

Autumn Statement 2016: Preparing the UK economy for a post-Brexit future

Brexit pervaded Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond’s first – and last – Autumn Statement. Whilst unveiling a raft of spending plans on transport, infrastructure and housing, he emphasised Brexit’s potential impact upon the UK’s finances, providing a downbeat assessment of the UK’s economic outlook and underlining the uncertainties clouding the UK’s future path. According… Read more »

Perspective Move up the Rank in FT Adviser listing

Great news for the Perspective Financial Group, we have once again featured in the FT Top 100 Financial Advisers league table. But more importantly, we now appear at position 16, moving up from position 34 in 2015 and position 47 in 2014.  This is an excellent achievement by the whole group.  The full rankings can be… Read more »

Brexit is not Brexit?

The High Court has declared that the Government cannot trigger Article 50 without a parliamentary vote. The Government will appeal, of course, but sterling is already higher on the news. Let’s indulge in some crystal-ball gazing: What if Brexit didn’t happen? The prospect seems absurd given the time and effort expended on the process so… Read more »