Annus horribilis? A look back at the various challenges of 2022

Industry stalwart asks what the key takeaway from 2022 is for you

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Keith Churchouse revisits the highs and lows, and more lows, of 2022 and shares his takeaways for advisers after a tumultuous 12 months

As the end of a year approaches, it is usually worth looking back over your shoulder to reflect on the year past. As you flip the calendar to its last page and maybe mutter the words, ‘Where did the year go?' there is much to consider, and in reality, most of it has been rather negative. We all live busy lives, and each reader will have a ‘highlight' of 2022, and perhaps the word ‘highlight' might be exchanged for ‘challenge(s)', because it was eventful, as you will be well aware, and as confirmed below. This is by no means an exhaustive list and is largely in date order: The Win...

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