Month: July 2016

  • “This sounds like a good idea, doubling the interest you make on money in the bank.”

    “This sounds like a good idea, doubling the interest you make on money in the bank.”

    We are very grateful to Jenny Chapman, of Cambridge Business Magazine, for taking the time to interview CEO Giles Hutson on the story behind Insignis’ creation and finding our place in the thriving Cambridge tech sector. See pages 55-59 of the Cambridge Business Magazine for the full article.

  • Why cash is a key asset class in post-Brexit uncertainty

    Why cash is a key asset class in post-Brexit uncertainty

    The Observer Money website published an article by our CEO Giles Hutson outlining the concept of cash as a key asset class for uncertain times. Giles Hutson – July 19, 2016 – 10:16am The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) this week published findings outlining the lowest interest rates offered by providers of easy access cash savings accounts, as part…

  • Managing your cash in uncertain times

    Managing your cash in uncertain times

    There is extraordinary hesitation for investors at the moment as the tangle of geopolitical ramifications unfold after the referendum. It is likely there will be a great deal of economic and financial market uncertainty in the near future. Insignis has assessed the trends we’ve seen in the last few weeks and compiled a guide to the key financial…

  • Savers urged to move to Fixed-Rate bonds by www.thisismoney.co.uk

    Savers urged to move to Fixed-Rate bonds by www.thisismoney.co.uk

    THISISMONEY.CO.UK – SYLVIA MORRIS With hints from the governor of the Bank of England that base rates could drop CEO Giles Hutson gave an interview with Sylvia Morris of www.thisismoney.co.uk where he urged savers to fix their interest rate. “Savers could earn an extra £50 over the next year by using a fixed-rate bond to…