It is a time of uncertainty, worry and fear. But it is also a time of reflection, gratitude and appreciation. Whilst we wish the latter was the majority of how people are feeling right now, it is not. So let’s talk about one of the most powerful and overwhelming emotions: fear. Because i...

We’re still deep in the pandemic, this is a once in a lifetime public health emergency. In the investing world this is called a ‘Black Swan’, something you thought was impossible, until you see one. We don’t like to focus too much on investments, as we always say to our clients, it’s only ...

In a break from our usual communications and in light of the blanket news coverage relating to COVID-19 Virus, we thought it would be prudent to offer a view of the impact this is having on investment markets. As a business, we are taking precautionary measures to address health & safe...

Known for #changingthegame, Strathclyde Sirens has announced a partnership with game-changing financial planners, Murphy Wealth. Murphy Wealth is the team’s one out of three partnerships confirmed this week, on the run up to this year’s International Women’s Day on Sunday 8th March. Far ...

February's IFSD newsletter featured our one and only Managing Director, and Bruce Springsteen fan Neil Law.  Neil tells us everything from his vision for Murphy Wealth, to what he wanted to be as a child. Read on to find out his favourite things about Glasgow and what box set he has been ...

We're delighted to be supporting MND Scotland, a cause very close to our hearts as a member of the Murphy family was recently diagnosed with the disease. MND Scotland is a leading Scottish charity providing care and support to people affected by Motor Neurone Disease. They have also recen...

Investing in the talent of the future is a passion of ours at Murphy Wealth. Our Glasgow based team of 14 members features seven graduates, recruited from Glasgow Caledonian and Strathclyde University, over the past 3 years. This year, we're not stopping whilst we look to add two ...

It’s 2020. But here we are again, still talking about ‘Brexit’ day on 31st January. Whilst we could complain about the uncertainty it has so far brought on and has yet to end, we wanted to spend some time talking about the interest rates. Why do they matter? The last time the Bank of Eng...

1. Strategy is not just for business and finance The start of a New Year is a good time to review how your business is performing against your targets but it is also worth reviewing your personal goals, if there are events that you would like to attend or trips you would like to put in th...