Our blog covers a wide range of personal finance and wealth management topics. Useful and informative content that is easy to digest.
3rd November 2020
Despite increasing numbers of female wealth planners, they are still outnumbered. On average, only 20% of financial advisors are women.
30th October 2020
This is your weekly market recap brought to you by Holborn. Let’s take a look at this week’s news in finance.
Currency transfers are faster, more secure and affordable. We take look at currency transfers and how investors can benefit.
28th October 2020
Breast cancer still affects around 55,000 people in the UK every year. It's important to highlight the importance of breast cancer awareness this October.
26th October 2020
Whether it's buying your dream house, paying for education or achieving financial freedom, proper planning is essential. Let's take a look at financial planning apps.
23rd October 2020
20th October 2020
Everyone should have a good financial plan, but it’s even more important if you’re a woman. With the gender pay gap still growing, it’s essential that women focus on financial planning.
16th October 2020
12th October 2020
Gender diversity in financial services is not progressing as much as other traditionally male-dominated industries. In some sectors, women account for just 6% of senior positions.
9th October 2020
7th October 2020
The tech industry is booming and showing excellent potential. Here, we will take a look at the data that shows its potential and why it's one of the best industry to invest in right now.
2nd October 2020
Some people are perfectly fine with a vanilla ice cream. If vanilla isn't for you, then exotic investments might be the perfect way to add some flavour to your portfolio.
1st October 2020
When you’re a single parent, money can be a constant worry. Your kids rely on you, so planning is vital. With some basic financial planning, you can live well, without worrying about money.
25th September 2020
18th September 2020
When it comes to budgeting, there are countless strategies to help you better manage your money. In this article, we focus on a simple but effective strategy - the 50/30/20 rule.