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In this episode, we interview Anthony MacGuinness, who is Irish Life Investment Manager’s Deputy Chief Investment Officer and responsible for developing and delivering our return and risk management strategies for investors.
Listen Lenny McLoughlin, who is Irish Life’s Investment Managers Chief Economist who discusses COVID 19, the impact it is having on growth and how or when we might see some light at the end of the tunnel.
Securing a home, providing for children and saving for retirement have always been the big 3 in terms of financial planning, but with more events making the list, even the most robust saving and investment plans are being put to the test.
The real truth is there is no ideal time to invest and that can be a challenge to get your head around if you’re new to investing, as there tends to be a lot of chatter when markets rise or fall.
What does Brexit mean? Will it impact you and if so how can you be ready for any financial implications that may occur?
Responsible investing accounts for over 30% of professionally manged assets in Europe, the US, Canada, Asia, Japan, Australasia and Africa. Its expansion looks set to continue.
Investing in one lump sum isn’t for everyone. Some people prefer to drip feed their investment pot with smaller amounts. Clear Regular Invest allows you to build your investment.
We’ve been speaking to people across Ireland to find out their attitudes and behaviours towards money.
What does the Irish Life MAPS investment manager do for investors?
Would you consider yourself competitive, confident…compulsive even?
When you invest outside the Eurozone, you’re exposed to the risk of the assets, as well as the risk of the foreign currency.
They say it’s a privilege to grow old, but you might not think it the way some of us stress about hitting big birthdays.
Everyone has a name for it, but they all serve a similar purpose – to provide a more comfortable future and pull you out of a financial hole, if something unexpected crops up.
Putting all your eggs in one basket might not be the best tactic when it comes to investing. Read on to discover why diversification is a much more balanced approach.
The Investing 101 Series kicks off with our first installment, Understanding Investing. Learn about the difference between investing, multi-asset funds, risk and more.
It’s time to put the record straight! Avoid these 7 common misconceptions about investing
and learn how to separate fact from fiction….
We reached out to handful of inspiring Irish women and talked to them about what it means to carve your own path and find success doing something you love.
Having some cash stashed away for rainy days is important. If you’re saving and you want the best potential growth, it’s worth considering the limitations of a savings deposit account.
It’s the New Year and resolutions abound! Read some practical ways to build better financial habits; your wallet and your future self will thank you for it!
If you’ve never talked to a financial advisor before or lining up a callback seems a little daunting.
Why should you worry about a pension if it’s decades away?
Saving for the future can be an overwhelming prospect. Gone are the days of slotting coins into a piggybank.
Before you make any financial decisions, it’s important to decide what your financial goals are.
Most investment returns for Irish investors are quoted in euro as we are a euro based economy.
It can be all too easy to get caught up in market euphoria when making investment decisions.
Nothing happens in isolation when it comes to global financial and investment markets.
With our busy lives, planning for the future can often take a back seat to the needs of the moment.
Saving is the habit of a lifetime and in order to create a habit, you need to put something into....
When it comes to investing, keeping things simple and easy to understand is key.
Investments funds are a simple idea that can often be made sound very complicated and confusing.
Before you start out on your investment journey you should know some of the most commonly used terms.