Senior Investment Strategist David Hillery outlines how European banks may be a beneficiary of the improving Eurozone economy and a change in direction in the European Central Bank’s policy.
With the anniversary of the Brexit vote having recently passed, Alan Werlau Head of Investment Advisory, looks at the impact it has had on the British and EU economies.
Investment Strategist Stephen Grissing examines the impact the stronger euro and weaker dollar has had on investment returns this year.
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe delivered Budget 2018 on 10th October 2017. In this article we set out our thoughts on the impact of the measures relating to investments, business, succession planning and pensions which we think are relevant to our clients.
The first half of 2017 has seen a worldwide focus on geopolitics amongst other key developments. These developments are explained by Brian O'Reilly, Head of Global Investment Strategy, as he discusses how the global economy has performed, the main trends in financial markets in 2017 and the implications for market performance.
Michael MacGrath, provides an insight into the impressive growth of the private equity industry over the last few decades, and outlines the reasons why now may be a good time to invest in this particular asset class.
The landscape of the healthcare sector is changing. Senior Investment Strategist, David Hillery looks at a number of catalysts that stand to benefit the sector globally in the coming years.
The explosion of car finance and student loans in America since the global financial crisis is now spreading to other parts of the world. We look at whether this worrying trend could be the start of another credit crisis.
Keith Williamson examines the case for responsible investing and its growing allure as investors take a much greater vested interest in Environmental, Social and Governance factors.
The UK election has ended in a hung parliament. The latest projections have the Conservative party winning 318 seats of the 650 seats in parliament. This is 13 less than they had prior to the election and 8 seats short of what was needed for a majority (326).