Our latest webinar takes a look at what the Ukraine Crisis means for international investors and updates you on recent market performance.
Investing: What Does The Ukraine Crisis Mean For Markets
Zoom Webinar Recording Now Available
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Our latest, specially scheduled webinar, 'What Does The Ukraine Crisis Mean For Markets' is now available to watch on demand.
During this insightful session, our Head of Investments Jonathon Curtis takes a look at what the crisis means for international investors, updates you on recent market performance and what you can do to shield your investments from any future uncertainty.
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine casts a dark cloud over the world, investors can’t fail to notice the increased volatility in markets around the world at the moment. However, if you are able to look beyond the headlines of newspapers and tv stations, does the conflict warrant portfolio changes.
If you were unable to attend the live event, you can now access a full recording of the webinar by completing the form below.
If you have any further questions or if you didn’t get an answer to your question during the webinar, you can email our Investment Team directly by clicking here.
This webinar will also help you understand:
The factors behind the fall and rise of markets
What investors can expect in the coming days and weeks
How markets have fared in similar circumstances (COVID-19, 9-11 etc.)
What investors should be doing in response to the situation in Ukraine
How Bonds, Gold, Equities etc fare during times of crisis
The importance of remaining focused on your long-term investment goals
Why now is actually a good time to invest
Request access now to find out what our Head of Investments has to say about the current Ukraine Crisis.
Access a full recording of the webinar by completing the form below.
Information correct at the time of recording. Past performance is not a guide to future returns. Investment in securities involves the risk of loss and the advice herein cannot be construed as a guarantee that future performance will be reflective of past returns.