Whether you are close to retirement or in the early stages of your planning, inflation is a factor that impacts us all. Rising costs put pressure on everyday purchases and services, and increased investment fees can chip away at the potential value of your portfolios. But with considered financial planning, the long-term impact of inflation on your savings and investments can be lessened, and your pension should weather the storm to provide you with a fulfilling retirement.
Join the experts and get the answers on the topics that matter as you plan for your pensions:
- Understand how inflation affects your retirement plans
- Learn if you should have more or less cash as part of your investment strategy
- Find out if your planned retirement income will last
In this webinar renowned economist, Gerard Lyons will share his expert view on the current components driving the inflation conversation, how this compares historically and what we can expect for the path of inflation. Tom Kimche, Client Adviser at Netwealth, will run through what higher inflation rates mean for the return on your investments while providing key strategy recommendations to protect your retirement plans against the risks of higher prices.
Gerard Lyons, Chief Economic Strategist, Netwealth
Gerard has over 30 years of experience as an economic strategist and is responsible for Netwealth’s macroeconomic outlook and strategy and is a member of the investment committee. He was previously at Chase Manhattan, Swiss Bank and Standard Chartered and between 2013 and 2016 was the Chief Economic Adviser to the Mayor of London.
Tom Kimche, Client Adviser, Netwealth
Tom is a Chartered Financial Planner with over 10 years of experience advising high-net-worth private clients, having previously worked as a large-scale wealth manager, where he managed client relationships and provided specialist advice across investments, pensions and tax. Tom joined Netwealth in 2018 and helps clients plan how to best invest for their future and structure their assets. He is a Fellow of the Personal Finance Society and was recognised by Citywealth in their 2018 Future Leader awards.
Matt Byrne, Deputy Editor, The Lawyer
Matt joined The Lawyer in 2003 as features editor and became deputy editor in 2014. He has written on a wide range of topics related to the business of law and management of legal services organisations. In particular, Matt leads the editorial teams for major market reports such as the UK 200, the US Top 50 and the Global Litigation 50.