Archive for 2013

Irish Investors regularly paying too much for their Pensions and Savings.

Irish Investors regularly paying too much for their Pensions and Savings. I’m getting so frustrated with the high charges being applied, under the radar, to pension and lump sum investors out there. I am losing count of the number of clients that have come to me recently for financial planning services, who were being charged […]

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Why I don’t like Model Portfolios

Why I don’t like Model Portfolios The pace of evolution in the financial advisory industry is accelerating and this is leading to better financial products and improved advice for clients. One of the notable trends in the Irish investment Market over the past 2 years has been the introduction of Model Portfolios. Some of the life assurance companies […]

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Budget 2014 Ireland (Part 2)

Summary Update – Expenditure and Social Protection Brendan Howlin speech contained some interesting and unexpected points 1) Introduction of a Public Private partnership scheme for providing social programmes. The first pilot programme is to provide homes for homeless people in Dublin. This needs more detail but is an interesting development. 2) PPP to work on […]

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Lifting the Lid on Financial Advice – David Quinn for TheJournal.ie

Posted in News on 22nd May 2013

Lifting the Lid on Financial Advice,  I wrote this article for thejournal.ie, which is online today, in an attempt to offer an insight into financial advice charging and commissions. Hopefully it will help in the process of making financial products and financial advice more transparent. Article Link

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Protecting your bank deposits – A recent article from Investwise for thejournal.ie

I wrote this article for thejournal.ie over the weekend which I thought might be of interest: Read Article

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