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Managing your cash in uncertain times

by Insignis in Newsletter Archive

There is extraordinary hesitation for investors at the moment as the tangle of geopolitical ramifications unfold after the referendum. It is likely there will be a great deal of economic and financial market uncertainty in the near future. Insignis has assessed the trends we’ve seen in the last few weeks and compiled a guide to the key financial moves you should consider in uncertain times.

Paul Lewis, the BBC presenter of Moneybox, recently produced a study showing that actively managed cash yielded a higher return to investors than FTSE 100 stocks over the long term. In light of these findings and in line with the current market volatility there are some recognisable and immediate trends to emerge in the cash markets.

Through our proactive management of cash deposits across multiple banks and savings products, our clients can ensure improved returns on investment while reducing their exposure during these uncertain times.

Read our guide or speak to us today to see how we can help.

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