Inflation, the cost of living crisis and the impact on clients’ investments are all up for debate in our latest Adviser’s Point of View podcast. In this episode, host Simon Cooper, Head of DFM Relationship Management at Cazenove Capital, speaks to Portfolio Director Richard Gould about how advisers can help and reassure their clients through turbulent markets and how Cazenove Capital is responding to events. This is part of a wider podcast series looking at the challenges that financial advisors and their clients face today as part of Cazenove Capital’s ‘Lens On’ channel.
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List of topics:
- Current inflationary environment and how it’s affecting clients
- How does inflation in the 1970s compare to today?
- How clients can lower their exposure to these risks
- The growing need for financial advice
- Clients’ dependency on investments for income and retirement planning
- The economic backdrop
- Reassuring clients