"Would you tell me please, which way I ought to go from here?"

"That depends a good deal on where you want to get to." said the Cat.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

What is wealth management?


You’re sure of two things – you want to protect the wealth you have, and you want it to grow. But there’s a world’s difference between knowing it and achieving it.

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How can financial planning help you?


Financial planning is important. With recent changes in the tax regime it has become even more so. Quite simply it is the critical starting point of any meaningful wealth management strategy.

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You want your money to grow. But you don’t want to lose it. You’d like advice about the best balance to be found between those two objectives. But you don’t know if we’d be interested in helping you. We are.

At European Wealth we are your partner in protecting and growing your wealth. Our greatest asset is our relationship with you.


European Wealth, the specialist wealth management group, has announced the opening of an office in South Africa. The move follows its recent acquisition of a client bank from Towry Asset Management. Many of the clients involved are based in Southern Africa and this office reflects European Wealth’s commitment to servicing clients locally.
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Last week saw a continuation of the more relaxed mood among investors. Most equity markets moved slightly higher and volatility remained low. Interestingly, there seems to be a change of tone among the more bearish market commentators. They are not necessarily turning bullish but the ‘hold on for now despite the valuations’ theme seems more prevalent.
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The news that the vote on the American Health Care Act had been withdrawn saw equity markets pull back. On the surface it was, apparently, because of the threat to President Trump’s economically supportive agenda. That said, some of the noise about it was a bit excessive. Given the levels markets were at, some sort of pullback had been looking increasingly likely for quite a while so it should hardly have been a surprise.
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