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  1. Blog21st Nov 2022

    Client meeting. Financial advisor. Pensions. Cashflow model. Financial planning.

    Why the headlines aren’t always as bad as they seem

    There are plenty of scary headlines doing the rounds about pensions and markets at the moment. And it’s led to a lot of nervous questions from worried investors. The mini budget at the end of September didn’t help. It sent... Read more

    By Alastair Moore

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  2. Blog17th Oct 2022

    Investing is uncertain. But markets never stay down for long

    Experienced investors are always at pains to point out they don’t have a crystal ball. And maybe that’s a good thing. Why? Let’s think back 25 years ago. Mid-1997 and, in the UK at least, the economy was looking relatively... Read more

    By Martyn Paterson

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  3. Blog30th Sep 2022

    An Upside-down view of currencies and interest rates

    Whatever your politics, one has to feel a bit of sympathy (maybe) for the new Chancellor. It has been a very tough first week in a new job; lambasted by the media, accused by the Labour leader of ‘crashing’ the... Read more

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  4. Blog26th Sep 2022

    How much is enough?

    Professional golf is a sport awash with money. The top stars earn millions. Tiger Woods, surely the world’s most famous golfer, has earned more than US$120 million from his PGA tour career alone. Most of the big hitters can expect... Read more

    By Ian Campbell

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  5. Blog22nd Sep 2022

    From ‘client of’ to Chartered Financial Planner at AAB Wealth

    At 17, I left school and joined the local TSB bank. At the time a monthly wage was more appealing than four years at university, and upon reflection I believe it was the best choice for me. The invaluable experience... Read more

    By Martyn Paterson

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  6. Blog8th Sep 2022

    Working towards client goals & personal goals

    I grew up on the Orkney Isles, located north of the Scotland mainland. The small host of islands allowed for a very safe and enjoyable upbringing. I now live permanently in Aberdeen but do still travel home for special occasions... Read more

    By Ciaran Drever

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  7. Blog9th Aug 2022

    Protect your pension – how to stay ahead of the scammers

    Summary: Pensions are a growing target for fraudsters. With scams becoming increasingly sophisticated, we’re always trying to find new ways to stay ahead. Earlier this year, the former Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis revealed on Twitter how close she’d come to... Read more

    By Andrew Dines

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  8. Blog14th Jul 2022

    Sliding Doors: what type of investor do you want to be?

    If you’ve looked at your investments recently, you may be feeling alarmed. The financial markets remain volatile due to inflation, the conflict in Ukraine, post-pandemic changes, and the rising cost of living. But as we explained in last month’s blog... Read more

    By Martyn Paterson

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  9. Blog8th Jul 2022

    Returning to AAB Wealth – from Aberdeen to Belfast

    In January 2021, Alastair shared an update on how things had changed in his career after achieving his advanced diploma in financial planning. Since then, Alastair has been busy, in fact he left AAB Wealth in November last year to... Read more

    By Alastair Moore

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  10. News5th Jul 2022

    AAB Wealth Expands into Northern Ireland with Key Appointment

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  11. Blog30th Jun 2022

    Meet Troy Bruce: Taking the leap from Oil & Gas to Financial Services

    We are delighted to welcome Troy Bruce to the team as a Financial Planner. We caught up with Troy to find out a little more about his career up until now and what led him to joining AAB Wealth. In... Read more

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  12. Blog21st Jun 2022

    Investment and Market Update

    The news today can feel a little bit unsettling. There is no doubt that these are tough emotional times for investors.  Russia’s invasion, and brutal war in Ukraine, is unsettling on both a human and an economic level.  The plight... Read more

    By Ian Campbell

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