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Webinar: What is the impact of Covid-19 on various asset classes & how will this affect family lawyers and their clients?

Webinar to be broadcast on Wednesday 20th May, 1pm-2pm.

  • Join George Mathieson of Mathieson Consulting Ltd; Mena Ruparel, specialist family law solicitor and arbitrator; and Guy Foster, Head of Research at Brewin Dolphin Plc as they look at the impact Covid-19 has had on various asset classes, such as equities, fixed interest, property and the foreign exchange market. 

    In the first half of the webinar, George will ask Guy what has happened and what is the outlook for various asset classes. In the second half, Mena will contextualise what Guy has spoken about in terms of procedure for family lawyers, negotiating and settlement issues. 

    When? 1pm - 2pm, Wednesday 20th May 2020
    Where? Any computer, tablet or phone with internet and sound
    How much? Free

    Please note, this webinar is limited to 500 places. 

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    George Mathieson
    George has been involved in the field of pensions and divorce for 15 years, but for the past 12 years it has been his sole business interest, having established Mathieson Consulting Ltd for this purpose. He has acted as SJE in over 4,000 cases, and as a party expert in many others.  Perhaps rather worryingly, an increasing number of his instructions are in cases where he is asked to help solicitors who are being sued for professional negligence in historic divorce cases involving pensions. George has lectured extensively on the subject, and had many articles published. He was a founding member of the Multi-Disciplinary Pension Advisory Group, under the joint Chairmanship of Mr Justice Francis and HHJ Hess, which sought ways to improve and make more consistent, the treatment of pensions in divorce proceedings.

    Mena Ruparel
    Mena is a specialist family law solicitor and arbitrator with a portfolio career. She regularly writes, examines and trains on family law subjects. Mena is the co-author of the Unbundling Family Legal Services Toolkit, the author of the Matrimonial Finance Toolkit (2017) and the Matrimonial Finance Handbook (2020) published by the Law Society. Mena is also the editor of the Cilex family law manuals (levels 3 and 6) and supported distance learning materials. Mena will become co-chair of the Law Society family committee in September 2020; she is the Law Society representative on the Pension Advisory Group.

    Guy Foster
    Guy leads Brewin Dolphin's Research Team ensuring that a rigorous and exhaustive investment process is employed. He also provides recommendations on tactical investment strategy to the Brewin Dolphin's investment managers and strategic recommendations to the group's Asset Allocation Committee. Before joining Brewin Dolphin in 2006, Guy was an Investment Director at Hill Martin (Asset Management) Limited. Guy has a Masters in Finance from London Business School. He is also a CFA charterholder, holds the CISI Diploma, and is a member of the Society of Business Economists. Guy frequently discusses financial issues with the written and televised media as well as presenting to the staff and clients of Brewin Dolphin.


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