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Lockhart Capital Management Market Update – 27 March 2020

This week kicked off with the market weathering its largest sell-off so far, from retail investors, after the worst ever 5-week run for global equity markets. However, during this period there had already been some mild signs of internal stabilisation within the financial markets and with equities registering significantly oversold positions.  Subsequently we have just…

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Lockhart Capital Management Market update – 20 March 2020

Since our note last week, the news on the progress of Covid-19 has unfortunately got worse.  The policy response however is finally improving, and quite rapidly (though not yet rapidly enough), and with resulting measures that are positive from a public health perspective, but negative in terms of economic outcomes.  Hopefully this can be contained…

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Lockhart Capital Management Market update – 13 March 2020

There has been what can only be described as pandemonium in financial markets this week, the fastest ever bear market (20% decline), from all-time highs, and the worst individual day for equity markets since October 19th, 1987.  This has been predicated on the progress and spread of the Coronavirus, the unfortunately timed oil-price war (Saudi…

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The Spear’s 500 – 2020

Launched just two years ago, Chris Cole’s Lockhart Capital Management has matured far faster than its five founding partners could ever have anticipated. “We are so excited to be working alongside families that we really enjoy spending time with” says Cole, “and where we add significant value to both their financial planning and wealth management…

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Lockhart Capital Management announces it’s support for Impetus

Lockhart Capital Management LLP is proud to partner with Impetus, a charitable organisation which is transforming the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK. Through its unique approach, Impetus is the driving force behind great charities turning them into sector leading organisations. They find, fund and build promising charities through long-term core funding and…

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Lockhart Capital – Q4 2019

En passant – debt, risks, and unintended consequences We will circulate a shorter-term piece on markets, valuations and opportunities, early in 2020. Here, however, we look to assess structural risks, the morphing of one debt problem to another, and the reality of unintended consequences. We will also touch upon the changing political landscape (extremism and…

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Lockhart Capital Management appoints Senior adviser to London and South East team

Lockhart Capital Management LLP (LCM) appoints William Thomson to the role of Director based in the Cobham office advising High Net Worth Clients. William is a Director at Lockhart having joined from a major national wealth management firm where he was both a Partner and Team Leader in their London office. Prior to that William…

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Chartered Financial Analysts Environmental, Social & Governance Conference 2019

“Robert Seachoy, Portfolio Manager attended the CFA ESG conference in London on 29 October 2019.  This sold out conference focused on the growing demand for ESG integrated investment practices and how the investment profession is still at an early stage in establishing best practices in this area. The conference focused on where and how investment…

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Build It Zambia Cycle Challenge: Lusaka to Victoria Falls September 2019

In September 2019, Lockhart Capital Management sponsored ten cyclists to ride the 500 kilometres from Lusaka to Victoria falls in Zambia. The Cyclists raised over £60,000 for charity Build It International. Build It creates opportunities for young people and their communities through skills training, work experience and essential community building projects. Build It have pioneered…

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Gold can strengthen defensive portfolio amid market fears

By Ima Jackson-Obot (Financial Advisor) – 21 October 2019 Building up exposure to gold can strengthen defensive investment portfolios, according to investment experts. This is because the way defensive portfolios have traditionally been set up means they are unlikely to be fit for purpose in a volatile market. Adrian Lowcock head of personal investing at Willis…

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