Our Advisers

Please find a list of our current advisers below.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Abalore Awesu

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Adam Harris

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Alison Howarth

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Andrew Scourfield

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Andrew Tubb

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Arnold Watson

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Ashley Whitaker

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Ben Evans

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Billy Mustafa

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Chris Austin

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Christopher Camp

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Christian Darnell

Christine Fox

Christine Fox

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Chris Harris

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Colin Brennan

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Craig Furner

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Daniel Miller

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Daniel Tonge

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Danny Bowling

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Darren Traynor

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Dominic Ollis

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Edward Gage

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Gillian McGuire

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Glen Dickson

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Greig Messer

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Ian Whittamore

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James Keen

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Jamie Carthew

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Jay de Abela-Borg

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Jeevan Matharu

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Jagdev Sahota

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Jagram Minhas

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Jeremy Home

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John Benos

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Josh Tettey

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Kevin Barry

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Kieran Cameron

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Lee Roberts

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Leo Richardson

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Lewis Williams

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Liam Doyle

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Malcolm Dainty

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Mark Clayton

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Mark Selsby

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Mark Tyrer

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Martin Willett

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Matthew Barry

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Matthew Tierney

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Maxwell Rust

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Nathan Holley

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Neil de'Antiquis-Roberts

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Niamh Bains

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Nick Godwin

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Paul Ellis

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Paul Hughes

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Paul Innocent

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Paul Sheen

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Richard Brown

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Robert Croft

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Robert Steel

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Robert Tidy

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Roger Yardy

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Ron Firth

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Ryan O'Neil

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Saiq Latif

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Stephen Jones

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Steve Newing

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Tahir Hussain

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Tom Bailey

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Tom Cassidy

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Tyra Rafiq

Cryptocurrency: understanding the risks.

Cryptocurrency: understanding the risks.

17th May 2022

Cryptocurrencies are rapidly gaining popularity amongst investors due to being advertised as ‘get rich quick’ investments. They have particularly increased in attractiveness since the pandemic, with many people feeling obliged to take on greater risks to compensate for the economic uncertainty and concerns caused by the rising cost of living.

Week ending 20th May 2022.

Week ending 20th May 2022.

23rd May 2022

Global equity markets have been on a roller-coaster ride this week, as the market appears to be waking up to what we have been arguing ad-nauseum about for months: that significantly higher interest rates won’t bring down inflation but will hurt economic growth.

Market update – 18th May 2022.

Market update – 18th May 2022.

18th May 2022

We’ve had some detail from China this week on plans in place to loosen the lockdowns in Shanghai: shops will begin to open this week, further restrictions will ease towards the end of the week, public transport will start back up and further normality will return from 1st June.