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Daily Wealth Letter from The Wealth Forums 20 July 2016

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Ian Brodie

Ian Brodie

Daily Wealth letter

a daily synopsis of the wealth news that’s most relevant, timely and dependable

Compiled and edited by Ian Brodie of The Wealth Forums (www.thewealthforums.com)

NUMBER 257  WEDNESDAY,  JULY 20,  2016

‘Crisis? What crisis?’

The Bank of England has said that there is no sign of a post-Brexit crisis. The monthly survey by the Bank’s regional agents, considered to be the “eyes and ears” of policymakers in Threadneedle Street – found that a majority of firms questioned were not planning to mothball investment or change hiring plans.  READhttp://thewealthforums.com/2016/07/20/crisis-what-crisis/

Wealthy have much higher digital expectations

The majority of today’s high net worth investors (HNWI) and ultra-high net worth investors (UHNWI) have grown up, or at least worked in, the digital age. As a result, digital age expectations now filter into all aspects of their lives, including their interactions with wealth managers. READ MORE:http://thewealthforums.com/2016/07/20/wealthy-much-higher-digital-expectations/

Call for scrapping of UK corporation tax

Politicians should use Brexit as a chance to “reboot Britain”, scrapping corporation tax and reforming swathes of government in an effort to reignite the economy, a think tank has recommended. READ MORE: http://thewealthforums.com/2016/07/20/call-scrapping-uk-corporation-tax/

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