With yet another summit to be held on Monday what's next for the Greek bail out saga? And with talk of new car charges on the horizon should you be ditching the diesel? The team from This Is Money, the award winning money section of the mail online, are back for their weekly catch up with Georgie talking through all their big stories this week.
Tom Elliott, International Investment Strategist at the deVere Group, speaks to Sandra Kilhof and Sara Sjölin about Greece and discusses what will happen if they leave the Eurozone and what their potential departure could mean for the markets.
Gemma Grimes, Director of Onshore Renewables at Renewable UK, and Rachel Ruffle, Development Director at Renewable Energy Systems, tell Billy Bambrough how the industry will be affected after the UK government announced it will end subsidies for onshore wind a year early.
Could yoga be the answer when it comes to de-stressing over money matters? Georgie talks to expert and author of the A to Zen of Yoga Sarah Tucker about why yoga should become a part of your daily business routine.
Jonathan Davis is a wealth manager and Daniel Jakubowski is Vice President of Portfolio Management and Structuring at Assenagon. They speak to Billy Bambrough about holding cash, after it was revealed that Fund managers globally hold more cash now than they did six months ago.
Billy Bambrough, Jonathan Davis, Daniel Jakubowski
It can be hard enough navigating yourself through divorce proceedings but what happens if you discover your ex-partner's lied to the court? Georgie talks to solicitor Katie O'Callaghan from Boodle Hatfield about what the rules are when it comes to financial disclosure.