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16th October 2019 / CNBC

The pound in your pocket

From the potential opportunity for UK equities, to movement in the pound, Chris’s latest CNBC appearance covered a broad range of topics, including his own recent investment letter “Pride and Prejudice”. The footage concludes with a conversation on the strength of the US economy.
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14th October 2019 / Money Marketing

From football to finance

Money Marketing magazine likes to run profile pieces on industry figures with interesting backgrounds. James was interviewed recently and asked how lessons from his previous careers have helped him in the world of financial advice.
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28th August 2019 / International adviser

Are non-financial services people a good fit for financial services?

International Adviser magazine recently asked the question - can people from different sectors work in financial services, and if so, what talents and experience do they bring with them? James’s atypical background meant he was asked to contribute.
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29th August 2019 / CNBC

Suspensions and tensions

On the day after talk of parliamentary suspensions and tin-pot dictators, CNBC were looking to Chris for political answers as well as financial ones. In addition to the impact of Westminster wrangling on UK assets, the interview touches on gold, cryptocurrencies and our investment process.
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19th August 2019 / Bloomberg

Volatile times

Back on Bloomberg TV’s ‘Daybreak’ this week, Chris was interviewed from Dubai and asked for his thoughts on recent market volatility. The discussion touched on yields, sterling, the trade war, Jackson Hole, Germany and much else besides.
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8th August 2019 / Citywire

Changing times

Citywire recently ran a piece looking at the impact of evolving client needs on creating a shift in financial planning away from pure performance benchmarking and towards outcome focused solutions. Will Powell was asked to provide a Connor Broadley perspective.
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29th July 2019 / Bloomberg

An economic smorgasbord

From the Federal Reserve’s decision to cut interest rates, to inflation and its effect on bond and equity prices, Chris’s latest Bloomberg appearance lays on a spread that also includes the European Central Bank, the FTSE 250 and US/China trade talks.
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1st July 2019 / Citywire

Market frustration

Wealth Manager recently posed a question about which markets investment managers found frustrating. Chris was one of those asked and opted for Japan as his answer and here’s why.
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27th June 2019 / CNBC

A Brave New World

Chris’s latest CNBC slot covers his most recent investment letter before touching on our traffic light process. Brexit inevitably gets another mention, this time regarding the performance of the pound.
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24th May 2019 / Bloomberg

Trade war tactics and Brexit scenarios

Bloomberg recently looked at the potential implications of a US trade war on US and European equities, and the possible effect of different Brexit scenarios on the pound. Chris was in the studio to offer a point of view.
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23rd April 2019 / Citywire

My favourite ethical fund

Alex Twiss, one of our investment managers, was a contributor to a recent feature in Wealth Manager magazine, that looked at the investment community’s preferences when it comes to ethical funds.
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12th April 2019 / Citywire

A European start to 2019

Chris was one of seven CIOs and analysts recently asked by Wealth Manager magazine to describe their best Q1 investment decision. For Chris and his team European equities proved a rewarding focus.
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12th March 2019 / CNBC

The rally, the pound and the risk

Chris’s recent appearance on CNBC touched on a broad range of topics – from the US market’s 2019 rally and the role of tech stocks, to the outlook for the pound and our current attitude to portfolio risk.
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29th January 2019 / Bloomberg

Trade war back in focus

Chris’s latest appearance on Bloomberg covered global growth and the dampening mood over the past year. Chris highlights the importance of the trade talks between the US and China, and the impact of a China slowdown on ‘FAANG’ stocks (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google).
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21st December 2018 / Citywire

A New Year wish

As a finale to 2018, Wealth Manager magazine asked investment managers and CIOs what sorts of new funds they would like to see in the future. Chris Wyllie shared his ideal wish list.
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22nd January 2019 / Citywire

What Connor Broadley did next

Back in 2014 as part of its ‘Cover Star’ series, Wealth Manager profiled Connor Broadley. Four and a half years later and James and Chris were recently interviewed to discuss how the company has flourished in that time.
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18th December 2018 / CNBC

That was the year that was

The latest clip of Chris Wyllie on CNBC opens with a chat about how 2018 played out, and how 2019 could well be a year of opportunity.
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13th November 2018 / Bloomberg

When the music stops at the Brexit Dance

A discussion of the diplomatic dance around Brexit and what might happen when a deal finally breaks cover. Other topics include the budget stand-off in Italy, and prospects for emerging markets and technology stocks after their recent slide.
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