The hot topic of what life will look like for investors beyond the Brexit storm drew clients to Blackwater Wealth Management’s Spring seminars held at the prestigious Lanwades Hall in Newmarket. Blackwater, a Partner Practice of St. James’s Place, launched the first in a series of seminars, to inform and empower clients and help allay concerns.
In two sessions, Blackwater’s Managing Director Kevin Kent and Client Services Manager Jane Weston covered several pressing topics including a rundown of the latest regulatory and industry changes and how clients might benefit from ‘transparent charging’. Guests also heard from John Hancock, of St. James’s Place Wealth Management. Hancock, a Chartered Financial Planner and Member of the Society of Trust and Estate Planning brought to the table valuable knowledge and insight, gained over his 25 years’ in financial services. Blackwater clients heard his take on the most likely positives and negatives of Brexit and the potential effects and outcomes for investors. Attendees had the opportunity to ask questions and consider different scenarios to further their understanding and help make informed judgements.
“Together with St. James’s Place, Blackwater Wealth Management has over 50 years combined experience in supporting and advising clients through uncertain times,” said Kevin Kent, Blackwater’s Managing Director. “We were delighted to host this event and welcome so many of our clients to Lanwades. Brexit is on everyone’s agenda of course, and we will no doubt be feeling its effects for many years. While nobody can predict the future and noone has all the answers, we know the prolonged uncertainty is raising many questions for investors, and it is our duty and privilege to be there to support our clients and remain focused on our task of helping achieve or maintain their financial security”.
Blackwater plans to schedule more Client Seminars throughout the year. If you would like to register to receive information about their upcoming events, please email Trudy.firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01449 775505.