The insights

At Tillit we are big believers in learning and broadening our horizons. We also think that there is too much noise in the world of stock markets and investing today. Our focus is on the long-term and that is reflected in our various Insight articles, from opinion pieces to interviews and beginners’ guides, and even our market updates only come out quarterly.

Short reads - Asset allocation

Surging inflation: Exploring what rising costs mean for savers and investors

By Sheridan Admans

Inflation, once considered dead, is making a fierce comeback. As costs creep up and the pound in your pocket is worth less than it was, we take a look at what this means for savers and investors, as well as which investments have demonstrated some resilience to this phenomenon in the past.

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Markets

Quarterly investment review - Q2 2022

By Gavin Haynes

As we go into the second quarter of 2022, we look at how different asset classes and stock markets have been performing, which funds and sectors have been the winners and losers over the past quarter and key themes driving markets at the moment.

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The interview

International Women’s Day 2022 – Female fund manager spotlight

By Team Tillit

With International Women's Day around the corner, we wanted to shine a light on the female fund managers on Tillit!

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Markets

Quarterly investment review - Q1 2022

By Gavin Haynes

As we go into 2022, we look at how different asset classes and stock markets have been performing, which funds and sectors have been the winners and losers in the last quarter of 2021 and what’s on the mind of some of our fund managers.

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The opinion

The future of cities

By Tom Walker - Co-head of Global Real Estate Securities, Schroders

Pandemics are not new to cities. We can look as far back as 430BC when the Plague of Athens devastated the city-state, or more recently to Spanish flu in the early 20th century. In every crisis, cities do what they do best – innovate. These dramatic events led to innovations such as running water, sanitation, sewers and open space, all of which led to disease rates falling dramatically. The COVID-19 pandemic will be no different. Cities will innovate, invest and emerge stronger. But it has prompted the question: What does the city of the future look like?

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