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Troubled DFM hit with fresh client complaints
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has upheld a claim against troubled wealth firm Beaufort Securities, as it continues to look into a ‘steady stream’ of cases against the company.
Talib Sheikh to join Jupiter as multi asset head
JP Morgan Asset Management's Talib Sheikh has joined Jupiter Asset Management as its head of multi-asset strategy.
Star manager's legal battle with Henderson boils over
The bitter multimillion pound legal dispute between star manager Richard Pease and his former employer Henderson has escalated, with both sides seeking damages from each other.
Revealed: the opaque world of managed portfolio services
In this investigation we cut through the haze, find the managed portfolio services' core products and, for the first time, enable investors to truly compare the options on offer from 10 leading providers
EM veteran Hardenberg resigns from Franklin Templeton
The move comes shortly after Mark Mobius’ decision to step down and retire after more than 30 years with the company.
‘Easy target’ Gars loses another pension fund investor
Outflows from Aberdeen Standard Investments’ Global Absolute Return Strategies (Gars) have continued through 2017, with another pension fund taking money out of the now £21.2 billion fund.
Ex-Towry boss Fisher joins Smith & Williamson
Andrew Fisher, former chief executive of Towry, has joined Smith & Williamson as a non-executive director ahead of the company's planned flotation.
Hargreaves Lansdown removes 296 trusts for failing to comply with Priips
Hargreaves Lansdown has removed 296 trusts, including 200 that are predominantly US-domiciled from its service because they do not meet new documentation standards.
Old Mutual nearing £550m deal for funds business
Richard Buxton, chief executive of Old Mutual Global Investors, is on the brink of announcing a £550 million buyout of the single strategy arm of the business.
Standard Life Aberdeen sees outflows continue after merger
Total outflows across the company were up to £23.8 billion from £23 billion in 2016.
MiFID II tapes: 'We get the regulation we deserve' on risk
'We get the regulation we deserve, because we don't set a high enough professional standard ourselves,' according to FinaMetrica director Paul Resnik.
Mifid II tapes: Advisers need asset management crash course
In the first part of our KIDs roundtable, Graham Bentley, Paul Resnik and Bella Caridade-Ferreira meet in the Citywire studio to discuss how advisers can explain the new MiFID II cost disclosure rules to clients.
Adviser profile: Carl Roberts of RTS Financial Planning
Carl Roberts says adopting a fixed-fee model and finding the right mixture of clients will be the catalyst for success at RTS Financial Planning.