Money with David Buik and Michael Wilson
Money with David Buik and Michael Wilson
About Money with David Buik and Michael Wilson
This week David & Michael are joined by Russ Mould, Investment Director of AJ Bell for a deep dive into equities and the current state of the stock market. A fascinating discussion covering the FTSE, US Markets, Gold and just about everything else you need to consider when investing.
This week, Michael & David are joined by Ajaz Ahmed, founder of design agency AKQA whose impressive CV includes business from the likes of Nike, Virgin and BMW in the early years. 30 Years later, Ajaz employs over 7,000 professionals across 24 countries. They discuss how you run a design agency in a modern world.
In this special episode there is full analysis of Jeremy Hunt's autumn statement with leading economist Dr. Gerard Lyons. Was the budget an election giveaway, has it let down the average voter, and has the this autumn statement paved the way for something bigger in the spring budget? Find out more on Dr Gerard Lyons at the website https://drgerardlyons.com/
In this MONEY special, David & Michael speak to Max Parmentier, CEO of Birdie, a home care management software that enables home care agencies to digitise their care processes. Discover why Max was inspired by his grandfather's last days in a care home to revolutionise the home care industry thanks to the use of innovative technology.
This week David & Michael speak to Charlie Newsome, Director at Investec Wealth & Investment, to discuss the outlook for investors. Is cash king for savers again, while interest rates remain higher for longer, or is the bear market about to bottom out and give hope to investors? How might equity markets fare over the long-term despite a possible recession looming on the horizon amid continuing conflict in Ukraine and Gaza?
The clocks have gone back and winter is fast approaching but despite calls for the Government to cut carbon emissions and hit net zero, the man running Britain’s gas network says the country will need fossil fuels to prevent blackouts for decades to come. David & Michael are joined by Jon Butterworth, the Chief Executive Officer at National Gas.
This week David & Michael speak to Simon French, Managing Director, Chief economist and Head of Research at Panmure Gordon who lays out the alternative universe where remain wins. What has Brexit done for the migrant workforce in the UK, and what would have happened in the city of London if we'd voted remain?
This week, David & Michael are joined by Simon English, Financial Editor at the Evening Standard and they discuss the announced departure of John Lewis boss Dame Sharon White, along with the future of hard copy news - and why it will survive, and why AI could double journalists output.
This week David & Michael speak to Ben Habib, CEO @FpropPlc, member and advisor @reformparty_uk who is a passionate brexiteer and sets out the pros of Brexit. Why some new trade deals are better than portrayed and the regulations and laws we can drop now we're no longer in the EU.
In this special edition of the Money podcast, Michael & David speak to Nicholas Lyons who is the 694th Lord Mayor of the City of London. An international ambassador for the UK’s financial and professional services sector, the Lord Mayor also heads the City of London Corporation, the governing body of the Square Mile.
This week David & Michael are in a fascinating discussion with Sir Martin Sorrell,. founder & executive chairman of S4 Capital. They discuss UK inflation, China and what they bring to the business world, and who would want to buy the Telegraph media group with a surprising suggestion!
This week, Michael & David are joined by Meir Plancey, Director of Windom Finance to look at all things housing. They cover mortgages, interest rates, buying, renting and buy-to-let in a podcast that is a must listen if you're thinking of changing your house or mortgage any time soon!
This week Michael & David are joined by Iain Martin, publisher and founder of Reaction. They discuss the state of Scotland's economy with the prospect of another independence referendum on the horizon, whether the Bank of England is getting a grip on inflation in the UK, as well as the impact of global migration and the importance of China to the world economy.