The (relative) calm of markets in the week before Easter allowed us to discuss our analysis of the longer term ramifications of the virus, of governments responses and finally to what the economy will look like when it emerges from lock-down.
Our previous note relating to the corona virus discussed the short term impact of the frenetic global response to the pandemic, and the optimal strategy for investors in conditions of high uncertainty and fast moving markets.
Investment Managers Richard Farmiloe and Max Thowless-Reeves discuss the latest bear market, its causes beyond coronavirus, and what investors might expect.
Markets have clearly been highly volatile. It has been a long time since the circuit breakers (which halt trading when prices have fallen by a certain %) were used. Equity markets fell sharply yesterday and corporate debt markets were practically untradeable at any volume.
Markets have fallen sharply over the last few days, ostensibly because of worsening reports over the spread of coronavirus, and we wanted to communicate our thoughts on the matter.
Congratulations to Sorbus Partners’ Managing Partner, Susie Gray on her recent success at the Personal Finance Awards.
SORBUS VECTOR has been awarded a full five crown rating by FE Trustnet, recognising the outstanding performance of the fund over the last three years.
Max Thowless-Reeves from Sorbus Partners and Penny Lovell, CEO of Sanlam Private Office share their thoughts and observations from the family office space right now with Citywire.
The “B” word (and we don’t mean “Barbarian”). We have resisted the urge to discuss Brexit with a passion since the referendum for two main reasons
Huge congratulations to Susie M Gray on winning the Investment advisor of the year award at the 2018 Women In Financial Advice Awards finals last night.
After months of grueling training and preparation Susie’s charity challenge biking the 283 miles from London to Paris is now complete!
Sorbus Partners appear to be somewhat of a rare breed writes Eleanor Mahmoud. As possibly the only multi-family office outside London, are they simply bucking the trend or are they setting the precedent?