‘Depending on the age of the client, we look at the actions they need to take, right now’

12th May, 2019
Oliver O’Connor, partner in charge of private client and wealth management at Grant Thornton

‘The Brexit news cycle in February and March made Irish people reluctant to commit to financial decisions,” said Oliver O’Connor, partner in charge of private client and wealth management at Grant Thornton.

“Britain represents just 6 per cent of global markets, at best. There will be more volatility over the next few months but waiting for the outcome of Brexit to decide financial matters isn’t necessarily the best route to take....

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