Ashcourt Rowan Financial Planning has poached a Royal Bank of Scotland director as its new area director.
Wealth manager European Wealth is set to list on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in May following a ‘reverse acquisition.’
The government will give pensioners life expectancy estimates as part of its Budget guidance guarantee.
Scottish Widows is set to apply the 0.75% charge cap on auto-enrolment schemes this month, a year earlier than required.
Shares rose after Fed Chair Janet Yellen reaffirmed the central bank's commitment to keeping interest rates low and Yahoo! earnings topped estimates.
And UK interest rates are expected to climb to 1.75% next year, according to a Treasury survey of City economists.
Investors remained cautious in the absence catalysts and amid tensions in Ukraine as several markets remained closed for the Easter holiday.
And number of fines imposed by City regulator to senior executives in the financial services sector for misconduct or breach of rules dropped by 40%.
And the Financial Conduct Authority is looking to change the listing rules so a majority investor has to get the support of smaller shareholders to take a company private.
And Barclays faces a barrage of shareholder anger over excessive pay following another troubling year for the bank.
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