Fiducia Wealth Management | May 2021 | An Economic update Q&A with Michael Hughes

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Fiducia’s Managing Director Gordon Kearney speaks to Economic Adviser Michael Hughes in an exclusive Q&A economic update in the light of the pandemic and the start of a new tax year.

This interactive economic update was an opportunity to hear from an expert whose extensive experience has brought valuable insights to our investment team and long-lasting benefits to our investing strategy.

In a short but valuable session, Michael and Gordon discuss the economic recovery, lessons learned from the pandemic, inflation, the significance of Asia and the resilience required of businesses today in the face of global challenges.

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