Brexit won’t pop the bubble II

Exactly one year today we featured a post titled ‘Brexit won’t pop the bubble’, delivering a perspective on how we feel UK property markets could fare during the short term under a post-Brexit environment. This post works as a sequel,…

How to Save Money?

Saving money is a relative and imperative topic regardless of the age group an individual belongs to. With house prices sky rocketing, saving money has never been more important. My main motivations for writing this article are based on a…

CM Inspires – Interview with Ikoyi London

London’s first high-end Nigerian restaurant, Ikoyi, is to debut at the St James’s Market in the West End this summer. Ikoyi will be a first of a kind contemporary West African Restaurant located in central London and is set to…

Ginaissance: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Whether you decide to relish in a tipple (or two) of gin over the weekend in celebration of International Gin Day (Saturday 10th June), or not, undoubtedly there will be an endless array of events across the country, from pop-up…

An Introduction to Peer-to-Peer Lending

Do you sometimes feel like a bank? Always lending money out to others and crossing your fingers hoping it will be returned? Maybe it was that £200 your friend recently borrowed. Or the £10 you gave to someone to top…

Smart Beta – As smart as it sounds?

Imagine an investment that promised to consistently outperform a benchmark without large management fees. A process that was automated to eliminate human error, but still acted under the guidance of human decision making. With smart beta exchange traded funds, or…

Man Vs Food: How Is Your Relationship With Food?

As we all know, during your fitness journey, training hard only forms part of the hard work. The diet aspect is the one thing most people tend to struggle. Maintaining a balanced diet by eating well is the key to…

What snapped Theresa May into a General Election?

On countless occasions Theresa May has said she will not call a snap election before 2020, stating that the country needs “stability to be able to deal with the issues”. Even as recently last month, 10 Downing Street denied the…

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