News - 2016

6th December 2016 - Sinfonia’s Winter Prize Draw Begins Today…

Enter now for your chance to win 1 of 3 luxury Hotel Chocolat hampers!

24th November 2016 - Hammond has spoken – get your free client summary now

Philip Hammond has now announced his plans for the economy in his first autumn statement as Chancellor. We’re pleased to provide you with a concise summary of all the key points in our Autumn Statement Bulletin available to download now.

16th November 2016 - Sinfonia provides co-branded summary of Autumn Statement

Following the release of Philip Hammond’s highly anticipated Autumn Statement on the 23rd of November, Sinfonia will be providing a summary of the announcements made, highlighting what potential impacts these could have on financial markets and investments.

7th November 2016 - Exclusive BNP Paribas US Election Webcast

BNP Paribas to host post US Election webinar.

3rd November 2016 - IFSL Sinfonia funds are now included in the Aviva Select Investment Bond

Sinfonia Asset Management is delighted to announce that the IFSL Sinfonia funds are now available through the Aviva Select Investment Bond.

17th October 2016 - Investor Newsletter – Autumn 2016

Our Autumn newsletter is now available to download here

15th September 2016 - Postcard Prize Draw Now Closed

Thanks for taking part in our recent market research prize draw!

1st August 2016 - Investor Newsletter – Summer 2016

Our Summer Newsletter is now available to download here

4th May 2016 - Online Treasure Hunt Competition Closed

Thank you to all those who entered our Online Treasure Hunt!


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