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European Wealth chief exits week after taking leave of absence
European Wealth has confirmed CEO John Morton will not be returning to his role, with Marianne Ismail assuming the post on a permanent basis.
Terry Smith to launch sustainable equity fund
The fund has been registered with the FCA and will sit alongside Smith's top-selling £12 billion global equity fund.
Peter Hargreaves: I hope this isn't my 'Anthony Bolton moment'
Peter Hargreaves has offered fresh insight as to why he has poured £25 million into a new fund firm set up by a former Artemis fund manager.
Rathbones takes 'strong action' on 'possibility of market abuse'
Shares in Rathbones have been hit following an 'anonymous allegation'.
Richard Buxton in talks to lead OMGI buyout
Old Mutual Wealth has split its fund management arm into two distinct parts, with Richard Buxton reported to be leading a buy out the single-strategy business.
Peter Hargreaves to pump £25m into new funds boutique
Peter Hargreaves has poured £25 million into a new fund firm set up by a former Artemis fund manager, according the Sunday Times.
Seneca launches property arm for ex-BlackRock £3bn man
Jeff Morton will lead the Northwest boutique's new property arm.
Ex-Henderson chief Yates to join Jupiter board
Roger Yates, who has also led Pioneer in a career spanning three decades, is to join the Jupiter board.
Lloyds credit crunch boss sues for unpaid bonuses
Eric Daniels is suing Lloyds for £500,000 in unpaid bonus, according to reports.
FTSE slides after major Wall Street sell off
The FTSE 100 lost 50 points in early trade in reaction to the biggest fall for the S&P 500 in three months.
Retreat 2017: How advisers approach DB transfers
Three advisers told New Model Adviser® at the 2017 Retreat how the approach the growing demand for DB pension transfers.
Retreat 2017: We can't risk undermining pensions with DB scandal
LEBC public policy director Kay Ingram sets out her concerns about DB pension transfers.
Adviser Profile: Ed Fairey of Fairey Associates
Ed Fairey took a colourful road to financial advice but his firm, Fairey Associates, has made all the right moves to this week achieve chartered status