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Scott Sinclair, Embark Group

New evidence of the value of advice

By Scott Sinclair, Embark Group

Embark Adviser newsletter

What does investor behaviour during the pandemic tell us about the value of advice? Are advisers’ views on virtual meetings shared by clients? Why should ad-hoc advice be a menu option for some firms?

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Helping advisers manage investment risk

By Scott Sinclair, Embark Group

Embark Adviser newsletter

Even seasoned investors were spooked by the market turbulence of the last 12 months, but who can blame them, when global stocks had their best and worst sessions in a decade on consecutive days, as they did a little under a year ago?

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Tax year end 2021: Planning opportunities in a unique year

By Scott Sinclair, Embark Group

Embark Adviser newsletter

The Covid-19 pandemic forced many clients to tweak their financial affairs this year. So, what planning opportunities are there ahead of the end of the 2020/21 tax year?

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Managing risk in volatile markets - Part four: The case for staying invested

By Scott Sinclair, Embark Group

Embark Adviser newsletter, Managing risk

Why the market turbulence triggered by Covid-19 reinforces a famous investment principle followed by Warren Buffett and others...This is part four in the series.

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Managing investment risk in volatile markets - part three: The power of stochastic models

By Scott Sinclair, Embark Group

Embark Adviser newsletter, Managing risk

Multi-asset funds underpinned by long-term strategic asset allocation can have some unexpected benefits for investors. This is part three in the series.

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‘Some are going to get crunched’: Future of platforms debated in first ever EmbarkPod

By Scott Sinclair, Embark Group

Embark Adviser newsletter

Taking part in Embark Group’s first ever podcast, CEO Phil Smith joined Head of Platform Strategy Alistair Wilson and host Roger Hearing, presenter of the BBC World Service’s flagship news and current affairs programme Newshour.

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