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SJP still paying ex-chief Bellamy £230k a year
Former St James's Place (SJP) chief executive David Bellamy will still be paid £230,000 a year, after stepping down from the role at the start of 2018.
Cofunds boss to lead Aegon fund management launch
Aegon has announced the launch of a new multi-manager investment company later this year under the leadership of Cofunds chief executive David Hobbs.
Ascot Lloyd hires ex-Skandia man Bentley for investment role
National advice firm Ascot Lloyd has appointed Graham Bentley as chairman of its investment committee, replacing former Old Mutual Global Investors bond manager Stewart Cowley in the role.
Goodbye Old Mutual Wealth: 14 big brands that vanished
After Old Mutual Wealth announced plans to rebrand, here are some other name changes.
Wealth adviser faces legal claim over 'secret commission' to football agents
David McKee, who denies any wrongdoing, will appear in court as part of litigation over 'secret commission' payments given to football players' agents.
Sipp provider's chief exec arrested in Gibraltar
The chief executive of Sipp firm STM Group has been arrested by police in Gibraltar over allegations he failed to disclose information about a client involved in a tax dispute with two countries.
Ex-SJP wealth adviser jailed for £800k client gamble
Ex-SJP adviser jailed for using £800k of clients' money to fund a gambling habit.
Lloyds strikes deal for £19bn Zurich pension arm
Lloyds has bought Zurich's £19 billion workplace pension business.
GP charged with attempting to hire hitman to kill Brown Shipley man
A GP has been charged with soliciting the murder of a Brown Shipley financial adviser.
Openwork hits £5bn with SJP copycat fund range
Openwork's plans to copy SJP are going well so far, with assets in its fund range at £5 billion.
Shrimp wars: the Indian commodity that could get caught in the net
As the world’s two largest economies exchange tit for tat, putting tariffs on key goods, the impact of president Donald Trump’s policies are being felt at the periphery by a commodity not that widely discussed.
Predicting the future: a problem in asset management
It's crucial that firms have a grasp on where things are heading so they can remain competitive, says Neill Vanlint of GoldenSource Corporation.
Surprise at Mifid II ‘bill shock’ warning
If you were confused about the statement from Electronic Research Interchange (Eric) warning fund firms could be facing unexpected research costs, you are not alone.