Keills, Shortlisted as Property Manager of the Year, Pensions Age Awards 2017
The lesson of history is that you do not get a sustained economic recovery as long as the financial system is in crisis.Ben Bernanke
Keills is a property fund manager and property investment, like any other form of investment, is subjected to the forces of the local and global economies. As such, in our Monday Musings, we continually review what is going on in the wider economy and consider how that impacts on our investment strategy.
We believe that the economy is dominated and constrained by 3 overwheleming factors. Increasing healthcare costs, the forthcoming pension crisis both of which are set to increase in dominance as society ages. The third is the inability to solve these issues due to the level of Global debt. It is no longer possible simply to borrow our way out of economic problems.
We refer to these as the 3 elephants in the room and they determine our investment strategy. While they are ignored, the wider economy and returns on investment will continue to be at risk to social, political and economic uncertainty and unrest. Our investment strategy seeks to minimise the risks of uncertainty.
The BREXIT debate and its implications continues.
From raising funds for our RPI investment strategy to winning the 2016 International Fund Awards, our timeline looks at the significant moments in Keills timeline.
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