The Wealth Chat Podcast
Are you mystified by the many facets of wealth? Or curious as to how to manage it in today's environment?
Fahad Kamal, Chief Market Strategist at Kleinwort Hambros, dives into the world of wealth with brilliant speakers, discussing everything from responsible investment to tech, geopolitics to retirement planning.
#8 On Target: Ideas for Investing in an Era of Change
This episode asks: do we live in a world of shortage, or abundance? How does the impact of new technologies affect our growing demands? How do we stand to gain from these changes? Chief Market Strategist Fahad Kamal, is joined by Director of Portfolio Management, John Birdwood, to discuss everything from agriculture to blockchain.
#7 Grab the Bull by the horns; but Bear this in mind…
Fahad Kamal, our Chief Market Strategist, is joined by our Chief Investment Officer and Deputy CEO, Mouhammed Choukeir, to discuss the legacies of ‘Bull’ and ‘Bear’ markets, how long they typically run for, and the prevailing conditions which signal when a ‘Bull market’ is coming to an end.
#6 Planning for retirement
This episode addresses the question of retirement planning and pensions; the ways in which we save, how to put our savings to work, and how our approach to retirement differs across generations. Chief Market Strategist, Fahad Kamal, is joined by Andrew Dixon, Head of Wealth Planning at Kleinwort Hambros, along with Mehareen Ali, Senior Wealth Planner.
#5 Women and Wealth
This episode considers the relationship between women and wealth. By 2025, 60% of the UK’s wealth will be in the hands of women, prompting the question: what are the distinctions, similarities, and most importantly, the needs of this demographic? Chief Market Strategist, Fahad Kamal, is joined by Tamara Gillan, co-founder of The WealthiHer Network, and Nadia Kribi, Senior Relationship Manager at Kleinwort Hambros. Kleinwort Hambros is one of the founding partners of The WealthiHer Network.
#4 Succession planning: Looking to the future
This episode tackles the multi-faceted nature of succession planning, from tax implications to the intergenerational transfer of wealth. Chief Market Strategist Fahad Kamal is joined by Andrew Dixon, Head of Wealth Planning at Kleinwort Hambros, and guest speaker Chris Moorcroft, Partner at Harbottle & Lewis LLP. Any services and investments may have tax consequences and it is important to bear in mind that Kleinwort Hambros does not provide tax advice. The level of taxation depends on individual circumstances and such levels and bases of taxation can change. You should seek independent professional tax advice in order to understand any applicable tax consequences.
#3 What I wish I knew about investing when I was young
This episode asks: why is saving so important, especially when you are young? What is the best way to put your savings to work? How do our life goals influence the ways in which we invest? Chief Market Strategist Fahad Kamal is joined by Mouhammed Choukeir, Chief Investment Officer and Deputy CEO at Kleinwort Hambros, to discuss why investing is more relevant to young people than ever before.
#2 - Private Banking and technology, friend or foe?
This episode considers technology in the context of private banking. How is technology disrupting private banking? Where is technology helpful? Is it at times a hindrance? Joining our host Fahad Kamal in the studio is Paul Kearney, Kleinwort Hambros Head of Private Banking, and Gene Salerno, our Chief Digital Officer to discuss whether private banking and technology really are friends or foes.
#1 - Geopolitics and Investing
Chief Market Strategist and podcast host Fahad Kamal explores the relationship between geopolitics and the financial landscape. He is joined by Mouhammed Choukeir, Chief Investment Officer and Deputy CEO at Kleinwort Hambros, to find out how investment decisions are influenced by what happens on the geopolitical stage. Fahad questions how far we can predict market behaviour in relation to geopolitical events, and whether we should just look at the hard data when making investment decisions.