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The Wesleyan Podcast provides tips and information for Doctors, Dentists, Teachers and Lawyers to help with their personal and commercial finances, as well as the latest news about us. This podcast is for information only and does not constitute financial advice. Please note past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance and the value of your investment and income can go down as well as up, so you could get back less than you invested. Capital at risk.
 
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In this episode, Laura Weaver talks to Wesleyan Financial Services financial consultant Bal Thandi about the financial concerns of associate dentists. This podcast is for information purposes only and does not constitute financial advice. With investments, past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance and the value of your investme…
 
In this episode, Laura Weaver talks to Wesleyan Financial Services Financial Consultant Simon Cosgrove about some of the key points practice owners need to think about to ensure their business remains a success. This includes commercial investments, how inflation and interest rates are affecting funds sitting within business bank accounts and how i…
 
In this episode from the Wesleyan Investments team, James Heaney talks to Director of Investments Martin Lawrence and Head of Investments Marc O’Sullivan about the latest action in the markets in the early part of 2021 and some of the trends to look out for. This podcast is for information purposes only and shouldn’t be taken as financial advice. T…
 
Nigel Jones, Sales & Marketing Director at Practice Plan, one of the Wesleyan Group of companies, talks to Alan Suggett, a specialist dental accountant, about how the financial landscape for the dentistry profession has changed over the past year of Covid, and some of the things that could be coming down the track in the future. This podcast is for…
 
In this episode, Wesleyan's Director of Investments Martin Lawrence talks to James Heaney about the latest global issues impacting markets, in particular the ongoing response to Covid and the vaccine roll out. Please note that past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance and the value of your investment and income can go down as w…
 
One year on from the initial market dips associated with COVID-19, back in February 2020, Wesleyan's Director of Investments Martin Lawrence talks to James Heaney, Investment Communications Manager, about recent market and asset class movements, Brexit and trade deals, and the shape of the UK economy. Please note that past performance is not a reli…
 
Wesleyan's Director of Investments Martin Lawrence talks to James Heaney, Investment Communications Manager, about 2020’s market-shaping events – including the impact of COVID-19 and Brexit – the team’s strategy, fund performance trends, and what they’re expecting for the year ahead. Please note that past performance is not a reliable guide to futu…
 
In another episode interviewing people who have attended Wesleyan's 'Next Step' events for trainee doctors and dentists, we talk to Michael Helley about what it's like on the Academic Foundation Programme. The link to find out more about the paper Michael references in the interview is: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29741529/ For more information…
 
In this special crossover episode with Money Marketing, Jonathan Halberda, one of Wesleyan's Senior Financial Consultants, talks to the magazine's editor Justin Cash about how the Covid-19 pandemic is changing the financial planning profession for both advisers and their customers. Jonathan explains how Wesleyan has been changing the way it works t…
 
In the second part of a two-part Next Step podcast, Isobel Skinner from Wesleyan's Student Liaison Team continues her chat with Dr Fraser Thompson as he provides tips and advice on how to best survive life as an F1 This was recorded before the nationwide Covid-19 lockdown, in case there are any references to us going out and meeting medical student…
 
In part one of another two-part Next Step podcast, Dr Fraser Thompson talks to Isobel Skinner from Wesleyan’s Student Liaison Team about what it's like to relocate to another part of the country as an F1 junior doctor and offers some advice on the things to think about as you make the move. And, to clarify, this was recorded before the nationwide C…
 
It's fastest finger first with Wesleyan Bank's Ben Carey as your host with the most as he quizzes Healthcare Relationship Managers Raj Patel and Emma Sillars about some of the most frequently asked questions from GPs who are looking to become partners. To find out more about how Wesleyan Bank can support you with your future as a GP, go to www.wesl…
 
In part two of the two-part Next Step podcast, Dr Sarah Douglas continues her chat with Isobel Skinner from Wesleyan’s Student Liaison Team about the part time work she did at medical and school and even afterwards while going through foundation training and tries to ensure she has some work/life balance. For more information about The Next Step go…
 
In the first part of a two-part special, Isobel Skinner from Wesleyan’s Student Liaison Team talks about the Next Step events that are taking place at medical and dental schools up and down the country. Panels of young doctors of dentists go back to universities to talk to the next generation about the issues they will encounter as they take the ne…
 
In part two of our International Men's Day specials, we hear from Michael Osborne about what it’s like to be a foster father; Rob Barnsley shares his experiences of LGBT adoption and the realities of being a single dad, and Paul Owen talks about leaving behind a 22-year career in the military to spend more time with his family.…
 
In the first part of a two-part special to mark International Men's Day, Pippa Thackray talks to Jon Rowe from Wesleyan's Customer Operations Team about how he and his family coped with the news his son Riley had been diagnosed with autism and a severe hearing impairment. The diagnosis was extremely difficult for the whole family and shortly afterw…
 
In Part 1 of a two part special to mark the 2019 Women In Technology Week, Emily Palgrave talks to Wesleyan Innovation Apprentice Jess James about embarking on a career in IT and technology, learning new skills and how she's one of an ever-growing number of women going into the industry.By Wesleyan
 
To launch the new series, Jessica Wilkes-Reading travels to Cornwall to talk to one of our Financial Consultants Magdelena Harding, who is in training to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for charity early in 2020. Back in the studio, Jess gives an update on Wesleyan's latest CSR activity, including donations from the Wesleyan Foundation, and what we're doin…
 
The Wesleyan Podcast goes on a road trip, with Neil Whelan travelling to the North East to meet retired dentist Alistair Robson. They talk about how he got into the profession, built up a successful practice and the measures he took to ensure a comfortable and happy retirement. If you want to find out more about how Wesleyan can help with your reti…
 
In this episode, Student Liaison Manager Maria Callandar talks to Josh Chambers, a medical student from the University of East Anglia who was one of the winners of Wesleyan's Electives Competition. He won the opportunity to blog from his trip to South Africa, where he worked at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital in Johannesburg. Josh talks about h…
 
It's back to school for the Series 3 Premiere of the Wesleyan Podcast! In this episode, Neil Whelan, Jessica Wilkes-Reading and Sarah Cooper talk about their inspirational teachers, the difficulties teachers face keeping pupils engaged in class, and give a shout out to Roger Red Hat. They also discuss the the transition from primary to secondary sc…
 
In this episode, Neil Whelan and Jessica Wilkes-Reading pay tribute to the NHS as it celebrates its 70th anniversary. They celebrate the work of medical staff everywhere, talk about the vital work of the behinds the scenes staff, and hear from Wesleyan employees who might not be here today if it wasn't for NHS care from internationally renowned cen…
 
Jessica Wilkes-Reading, Wesleyan's Corporate Responsibility Officer, returns to the podcast studio to tell everyone what happened at the launch event for our new charity children's book, 'Curse of the Nomed', at the Library of Birmingham. Hosted by Heart FM's Ed James, with special guest Michelin-starred chef Glynn Purnell, it brought movers and sh…
 
Wesleyan's Corporate Responsibility Officer Jessica Wilkes-Reading talks to polar explorer Baz Grey who later this year will be aiming to complete the first solo unsupported and unassisted crossing of Antarctica. The pair talk about the support he has received from Wesleyan, his training regime, the challenges he expects to face at the South Pole a…
 
The Wesleyan Podcast returns for a second series with the secrets of our new charity book finally revealed... Neil Whelan and Jessica Wilkes-Reading discuss how the book - The Curse of The Nomed - was created by author BB Taylor with help from youngsters at Four Dwellings Academy in Birmingham. They also hear from Wendy Tabuteau, Chief Executive of…
 
In this episode of the Wesleyan Podcast, our Corporate Responsibility Officer Jessica Wilkes-Reading talks to Ben Rafiqi from Serve Our Brummies about the work of homeless charities in Birmingham and how the Wesleyan Foundation has supported his organisation’s work. For more information about the Wesleyan Foundation, visit www.wesleyan.co.uk/founda…
 
Wesleyan is starting a new podcast where we’ll be guiding you through things you need to know about your finances. We’ll be talking about savings, investments, pensions and retirement planning, protection... Basically, everything and anything you need to know about your finances from graduation, throughout your career, into retirement and beyond. Y…
 
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