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Raising Awareness of Mental Health

October 10 was World Mental Health Day, a global event with the aim of raising awareness and understanding of better mental health.

At GWA we have a dedicated team of staff from all areas of our firm, who look at opportunities where we can promote discussion and introduce activities on how we can be a mentally healthy workplace. We also have a qualified Mental Health First Aider, Lesley Clark, who is able to spot the triggers and signs of mental health issues and manage options to provide further support where required.

We encourage all businesses to be aware of mental health in the workplace. Open and supportive workplaces benefit everyone, employees and employers. You can find practical information on the MIND website www.mind.org.uk.

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Global Market Commentary – June

2024 always promised to be a busy year for elections, with one half of the world’s population heading to the polls. As far as financial markets are concerned, political surprises have now bubbled up in several countries within a short period of time. With much still to be decided by voters, there is greater uncertainty in the short-term investment outlook. However, inflation remains on a declining path in the UK, US and Europe, while economic growth appears strong.

Reminder of our Terms of Business

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Join us at the Summer Shows 2024

Summer is just round the corner and we would be delighted if you joined us at the Haddington Show and the Border Union Show once again this year. 

Global Market Commentary – May

Recent data has hinted at a divergence between the US and UK/EU economies, with signs of an economic slowdown in the States coinciding with Britain and Europe rebounding from a period of stagnant GDP growth. Having been neglected for several years post-Brexit, there is hope that UK stocks may finally prosper given a more favourable macroeconomic environment.