Saturday Papers: Trump unveils a new era
And a surging dollar under the new US president poses biggest threat to global economy, BlackRock boss warns.
Investors on tenterhooks ahead of Trump inauguration
FTSE 100 treads water as investors refrain from big bets ahead of Donald Trump's inauguration as US president this afternoon.
Ex-chancellor George Osborne to join BlackRock
Former Chancellor George Osborne will join asset manager BlackRock.
LGT Vestra launches six-strong fund range for IFA clients
LGT Vestra is launching six funds replicating its model portfolio service.
London IFA falls victim to fake clone website
London advice firm John Lamb was alerted to a clone of its website by a fraud-victim in Australia.
HSBC agrees to £4m redress scheme for debt collection charges
HSBC has agreed to set up a £4 million redress scheme for customers affected by a debt collection charge imposed by two banks which are now under its umbrella.
PM: I’ve had ‘positive’ talks with banks amid Brexit speculation
Theresa May's comments come as a number of banks have indicated jobs will be moved out of London over Brexit.
Aegon says providers must work to lower advice FSCS levies
Aegon has backed an overhaul of the sharing of compensation costs across the financial services industry, proposing a strengthening of PII to mitigate risk.
Trump is a ‘con man’ who will fail, says Soros
The fund manager also says at the Davos forum that the UK is 'in denial' over the effects of Brexit.
Scottish Mortgage manager attacks ‘Hitler’ May
Scottish Mortgage co-manager James Anderson stuns City by comparing Theresa May to Hitler and Stalin after her Davos speech.
Adviser Profile: Phil Frapple and Chris Rigby of Nexus IFA
Phil Frapple and Chris Rigby have worked tirelessly to progress Somerset-based Nexus IFA from a tight-knit, family-run firm into a serial acquirer of other small businesses