Monday Papers: Putin’s landslide election victory
And Facebook is in storm over Cambridge Analytica scandal after whistleblower said that 50 million users were exploited.
Asia stocks trade mixed as Fed meeting looms
Japan's Nikkei took an early 1.17% drop as exporters were hit by recent broad-based gains in the yen.
Sunday Papers: Blackout threat to Britain from Russia
And worldwide bidding battle sparked for Spencer's broking giant Nex.
Saturday Papers: Tech tax deepens EU-US trade rift
And financial regulator is under pressure as Big Four accounting firms battle plans for reform.
Aviva stands firm on preference share threat as anger mounts
Aviva says 'irredeemable' status does not mean they can't be cancelled, as fund managers accuse insurer of treating investors unfairly.
Investors in £900m Beaufort Securities to get 80% to 90% of their money back
Investors in collapsed £900 million stockbroker and discretionary fund manager (DFM) Beaufort Securities can expect to get 80-90% of their investments back, New Model Adviser® has learned.
Sesame and Mazars sign Women in Finance charter
Sesame Bankhall Group and Mazars have become the latest firms to sign the Treasury's Women in Finance charter.
Phoenix firms: rising from the ashes of bad advice
Phoenix firms are the thorn in the side of the advice profession, which pays out to rescue customers hard done by from other people's failures. But what is the solution?
Reporting season: 18 lessons from 2017 results (so far)
It has been a very busy few weeks for annual results at some big firms. We have seen profit spikes and sales hikes, and even a shock de-merger. Click on to get a summary of all the big news.
SimplyBiz valued at £130m as it reveals IPO plans
Support services provider SimplyBiz has confirmed its plans to float with a listing on the Aim stock market next month which it hopes will give it a market capitalisation of £130 million.
Boutique tapes: if you want to get rich, work for Goldman Sachs
In the first edition of a four-part series, four boutique bosses reveal how they convince top fund managers to join them.
Frenkel Topping chair: why we are going it alone after sale attempt
Frenkel Topping executive chairman Paul Richardson told New Model Adviser® the company did not sell as planned last year because it realised it could grow as a company without the aid of a strategic partner.
Adviser profile: Claire Phillips of First Wealth
Despite plans to cut client numbers in half this year, Claire Phillips says First Wealth is committed to closing the advice gap and improving financial education