Founded in 2018 by Chris Ball and Matt Dean, Hoxton Capital Management endeavours to provide the highest possible service to our clients.
Hoxton Capital Management has quickly established itself as one of the fastest growing independent advisory companies. Since inception in 2018 with a team of just 5, Hoxton Capital has grown to over 300 employees across 4 key global offices.
We now have operations in London, Sydney, Texas and Dubai. From these global hubs we manage a rapidly growing client base of mostly expatriate clients.
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Hoxton Capital Management sets out to provide the highest level of service in the industry. We endeavour to always be available, always be informative and to always be transparent.
We focus on quality and performance in everything we do, and we are confident the advice we provide is best in class and the performance we deliver is unsurpassed.
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What living longer means for your retirement A lot of your financial planning involves planning for your retirement because a comfortable retirement is often on our minds as a financial goal. The ever-increasing advancements in science and medicine mean that retirement is not only comfortable but also long. As we push the limits of howAugust 11, 2022
United States Stocks ended the week mixed as a much stronger-than-expected jobs report rekindled investor concerns that the Federal Reserve will need to maintain an aggressive pace of interest rate hikes to keep high inflation under control. The Nasdaq Composite, Russell 2000, and S&P 500 Index all finished higher, while the Dow Jones Industrial AverageAugust 10, 2022
All investors will know that 2022 has been a particularly volatile year for investments. Most sectors have seen loses. In fact, global stock markets saw the worst start to the year since the second world war. In the UK, inflation has just hit its highest level in 40 years, rising to 9.1%. Political instability, risingJuly 18, 2022
United States Stocks recovered much of the previous week’s losses in hopes that the Federal Reserve will be able to control inflation without triggering a recession. The gains lifted the S&P 500 Index out of the bear market territory, leaving it down 19.1 % from its January peak as of Friday’s close. Within the index,July 15, 2022