Fraudster handed extra jail time over £1.5m bill
Buy-to-let fraudster to serve an additional six years.
Venables' football fund gets red card
A football fund backed by former England and Tottenham Hotspur manager Terry Venables has been given a red card by the offshore location it planned to operate from.
Novia breaks into profit as assets hit £3bn
Wrap platform Novia has hit profitability after reaching £3 billion in assets under administration.
Tracker funds hit record inflows in October
Tracker funds hit record inflows in October after taking £590m in sales.
AXA Elevate cuts Sipp and drawdown charges
AXA Wealth has removed charges for its Sipp and drawdown services on the Elevate platform following the Budget pensions reform.
FTSE edges higher despite 'unbalanced' UK growth fears
FTSE edges higher but economists worry that UK economic growth has lost its balance.
Schroders brings £4bn global multi-asset fund to UK
The Luxembourg-domiciled strategy, which is powered by 100-strong team, is targeting the pensions opportunity in the UK.
Friends Life and Phoenix held takeover talks
Friends Life held talks with closed book life company consolidator Phoenix over a possible deal.
'Lord of Fraud' ordered to pay £1m or face further jail time
A jailed criminal who tried to steal over £235 million has been given six months to hand over more than £1 million or face seven more years in prison.
Ashcourt Rowan eyes first divi as earnings and assets soar
Wealth manager and financial planning firm Ashcourt Rowan is considering paying a dividend for the first time in its history following a jump in earnings in discretionary assets.