11/05/2022

Unpacking five commercial property myths

Geopolitical tensions and the ongoing recovery from the global pandemic continue to create significant uncertainty for investors. Policymakers are attempting to tackle the corrosive impact of …

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08/04/2022

TIME launches new online Inheritance Tax planning hub for advisers

TIME Investments, a leading provider of Inheritance Tax solutions, has launched a new online Inheritance Tax Planning Hub to help advisers increase their expertise in this …

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06/04/2022

TIME Investments partners with Single Homeless Project (SHP) as charity of the year

The UK is experiencing a social infrastructure deficit; people are living longer, the population is growing and there are constraints on suitable land, creating challenges for …

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09/02/2022

Infrastructure: The foundation for income and growth as the economy recovers and rebuilds

Download here. Evidence in early 2022 shows that it is likely to be a challenging year for financial markets as economies rebuild and adapt following the …

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18/01/2022

Prevailing economic headwinds favour UK infrastructure in 2022

The outlook for the UK infrastructure sector, which covers renewable energy, transport and utility networks, digital and social infrastructure, looks favourable compared to traditional asset classes …

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