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Metis Ireland End of Quarter Team Building
Choosing your financial adviser is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make, and hoping they have the answers isn’t enough, you need to be absolutely clear about the questions you need to ask.
As even the birds on the trees now know, every last Friday of the month Metis Ireland hosts the #MetisMorningRiverRun.
It’s a 5K run that starts at 7am on the button from St. Michaels Rowing Club and out along the riverbank for a lovely morning jaunt with no pressure on anyboAfter our run in September, Graham Burns, one of our regular supporters, came to us and said that his crew in CPL had a fantastic idea to host a run to support Limerick Suicide Watch (LSW) but rather than look at a whole new event could they “piggyback” on the established #MetisMorningRiverRun
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Last Friday we at Metis Ireland had our, by this time well-known, End of Quarter Team Building Event.
Our day started with a photoshoot directed by lovely the Shauna from Morning Star Photography, we heard some of us are even thinking of career change?!
This month we were delighted to be asked to write a piece for The Sunday Times, looking at the value of evidence-based investing and how it compares to a traditional, active approach.
On Thursday 3rd of October, Metis Ireland organised a ‘Day at the Races’ in Clonmel.
We started our day by gathering at the Donoughmore Club where we watched the Ireland v Russia match with plenty of coffee, tea and pastries that lovely Eileen freshly made for us that morning. Once the match was over, we headed to Clonmel Racecourse where we had a special room reserved (much needed with Hurricane Lorenzo providing us with plenty of rain!) for all our guests to watch the races in comfort.
Our Ian Cooke joined Fran on TippFM for a debrief of Budget 2020. You can listen to the broadcast here. … Continued
The event opening was more akin to attending a gig. The introductory video was inspiring and really clever
All you need to do is to ‘’look far ahead’’ for the next corner… and whatever your goals are, we’ll make sure that you can enjoy the ride!
Happy 2nd Birthday!
Last Friday in August! You must know by now what that means.
So, who remembers our “Familiarity Bias” Blog from April 2019? Not the Argentines it would appear.
There appears to be a lot of expressions that are unique to the Irish (or maybe it’s the same with every race and I am suffering from Familiarity Bias).
Last week at Metis Ireland, we hit a significant milestone. We broke through the €200 million assets under management barrier. This means that we manage over €200 million of investments and pensions on behalf of our clients.
I received an email last week from a fund manager inviting me to join a webinar. We get these types of ‘updates’ all the time, this particular one was called ‘What’s in Store for Markets for The Remainder of 2019’. Now, it could have come from any fund manager, who sent it doesn’t really matter, what matters is that these updates are a waste of time. How so?
Since we began our journey at Metis Ireland in early 2014, we’ve spent a lot of time and effort on marketing initiatives to make our brand synonymous with world class financial planning. We’ve engaged outside marketing experts to help us set out exactly what we do for our clients. It’s an ongoing challenge, because the reality is quite different from what most people think we do.
Last Friday in July! You must know by now what that means.
After some time spent Googling the number 17, there’s not much in the way of memorable facts about it. It’s the atomic number of chlorine, the number of sides in a heptadecagon and the number of syllables in a haiku… but otherwise it’s a pretty ordinary number.