Revolutionary Thinking

The Tavistock Investments Group

Revolutionary Thinking

Tavistock Investments Plc is a UK wide financial services group.

Over 300 advisers help 70,000 private clients look after £3bn of investments, of which £900m+ is managed by our investment business, Tavistock Wealth. Tavistock’s services are based on traditional values combined with revolutionary thinking – original thinking that has the potential to make a significant difference. The pursuit of excellence is evolutionary and we are committed to delivering marginal gains in every aspect of our business.



The Group has separate investment management and advisory businesses. Tavistock Wealth delivers institutional quality portfolio management at a retail price, providing individuals with the benefit of collective buying power to ensure their portfolio management, platform and dealing charges are amongst the lowest in the industry. Our advisory businesses provide compliance, administration and accounting services to the independent financial advisers (Tavistock Partners) and to financial advice firms (The Tavistock Partnership)Tavistock Private Client is a multi-award winning practice that provides independent financial advice and investment management services to higher net worth private clients.

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The Chinese Tech Structural Growth Story

China’s economy has transitioned, from an industrial export-led model, towards services.

The Commodity Carve-Out

Commodities are nothing if not cyclical. They rise and fall in value with remarkable consistency over time.

The Return of Inflation

Quantitative easing, or QE, is where a central bank creates money to buy bonds. The goal is to keep interest rates low and to stimulate the economy during periods of economic stress.

The Powell Pivot 2.0

In January 2019 Jerome Powell pivoted from a policy of interest rate increases and balance sheet cuts to interest rate cuts and, later that year, balance sheet expansion.

Don’t Fight The Fed

Over the last decade, the Fed has increasingly resorted to unconventional monetary policy, such as quantitative easing, or QE, to stimulate the economy.

The Liquidity Crisis Is Dead. All Hail the Solvency Crisis.

In response to the corona crisis, global central banks have unleashed a tidal wave of liquidity.

Economy ≠ Markets

One question I get from advisers and clients, more than any other, is why global equity markets have bounced back so far.

From Liquidity To Solvency

In the early stages of the Corona Crisis of 2020, the global economy faced a liquidity crisis.