2023 - what it meant for prospects in 2024

2023 saw a further year of lacklustre returns coupled with a growing feeling that things were never going to improve. However, the end of the year gives us an opportunity to stand further back and look at the progress that has been made. We may not be quite out of the woods but in this session we'll be looking at prospects for 2024 - and they are by no means all grim.

Date: 9 January 2024

Time(s): 4.00pm until 5.15pm

Where: Online

This is an online session. A link will be sent to you shortly before the event.

Coffee/tea and pastries will be served if you remembered to get some in!

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Upcoming Masterclasses...

Nurturing Curiosity

12 March 2024

While cats may be well-advised to rein back their curiosity, it’s a characteristic the rest of us should embrace. Given the right environment, it's the curious who will make serendipitous discoveries, who will come up with the better solutions, who will find new opportunities – and who will be more fun to work with! We are delighted to welcome back two excellent speakers, Daphne Metland and Dr Wendy Ross, for what looks set to be a thought provoking exploration of this fascinating area of human behaviour.

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The 2024 Spring Budget and market update

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On the 6th of March the Chancellor of the Exchequer will present his budget to Parliament. Expect some headline grabbling changes as this is likely to be the fiscal event where any pre-election rabbits are pulled out of hats. In our session we'll look behind the headlines and consider the broader economic impact of any changes.

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Driving Innovation

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What people have to say about previous events....

Two great presentations - although I'd experienced the business sale process before was good to hear the pitfalls from James again. Richard is always easy to listen to and his delivery is great. James explained each element in a interesting way - could easily have lost people if the delivery had been tedious! Love the idea of the presentations - this one was less interesting to me than the previous one - cake made up for it!

Michael Bayley | Barric Limited

Radostina was marvelous, intelligent and had a lovely presence. Excellent speaker. Both talks were informative and intelligent. There were plenty of takeaways and the peer-to-peer conversation was engaging as well. Also, the cake halfway was a nice touch. I'll do anything for cake.

Rob Morley | Fountain Partnership

Beginning to plan seriously for retirement and being a relative newbie in Norwich, it was refreshing to be introduced to a firm that places great emphasis on technical analysis and thoughtful planning. Too often, in my experience, IFAs are more concerned with style over substance but Chadwicks, through their Masterclass sessions offer real insight into investment management and retirement planning. Whether as a professional adviser or, like myself, someone looking for genuine insight into the changing times of today, I would recommend the sessions wholeheartedly.

Andrew Thorpe | Former Finance and Operations Director | Jarrold Norwich

This was my first event, and I was impressed with how it was operated, the topics covered and the quality of the speakers.

Faith Pearce | MA Partners LLP

I have been a regular attendee at Chadwick’s business seminars for several years and without fail I have found the sessions to be useful and practical on the one hand whilst thought provoking and inspiring on the other. Many advisers can put on topical seminars, few can make you feel that you want to go on to study the subject yourself!

Dawn Parkes | Managing Partner | Hatch Brenner

Very Informative, with great speakers. Interesting audience engagement as well.

Jordon King | Delta Fire Ltd

I enjoyed all the sessions and took away a golden nugget or two from each of them.

Tracey Aldous | Mint BB

Good choice of presentations, all of interest, good venue ... So many people don't think of the impact of retirement soon enough on both our finances and our wellbeing. All businesses would benefit from having these presentations for those in their late 50's and early 60's to get individuals thinking about what they need to do and what they want to do, to ease themselves into retirement.

Julie Lawrence | Unity Occupational Health & Wellbeing