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Our Ransom Hall head office is located in Ransom Wood, part of historic Sherwood Forest.

A perk of working here is the ability to step out of the office straight into nature which we’ve done today.

We took this photo a little deeper in #sherwoodforest, an area called #sherwoodpines. These trees weren’t felled last week by #stormciara or yesterday by #stormdennis, but they have just been felled by @ForestryEngland as an essential part of the regeneration and #sustainablity cycle; producing #sustainable timber for sale and creating space for regrowth to maintain a robust, healthy and diverse forest area.

There are many similarities between forestry and managing our client’s #investment and #pension #portfolios.

Sustainable portfolios also need space for growth and diversity is essential.

A properly structured portfolio should also be able to withstand the inevitable buffeting of the various financial storms which come along, however, when the sun shines it’s essential to measure the growth of the various diverse parts of the portfolio and be prepared to take profit to reinvest to maintain the cycle of growth of re-growth.

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