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Brown Shipley's executive director on his plan to take the capital and life under new ownership
Signia Wealth is hoping to enter a new growth phase by giving clients direct access to alternative asset classes.
Brown Shipley has promoted two from its London team, as part of a drive to pick up new international, sports and media clients.
Barclays’ Wealth and Investment division will no longer offer discretionary management service for direct clients who have less than £100,000 in assets and clients of financial advisers below £250,000.
A round-up of trades by professional investors in Charles Stanley (CAY.L), Kentz Corporation (KENZ.L), Rathbones Brothers (RAT.L), 1Spatial (SPA.L) and Sportech (SPO.L).
Meeting someone who is brutally honest about how the changing dynamics of their industry will force down profits is rare in financial services.
We put six buy lists of the largest UK wealth management companies under the spotlight to see if consolidation, centralisation and model portfolios are leading to increased cross-over. With this in mind, can small funds make the cut?
If consolidation in wealth management, centralisation and the growth of model portfolios are causing increased crossover in fund buy lists, will large funds only get larger?
Firms face challenges to take out costs if profit margins are set to come under even more pressure, as research from BCG suggests.
The asset management industry must demonstrate a better alignment of interest between fund managers and clients to counter bonus cap proposals rather than simply labelling them unfair, according to IMA chief Daniel Godfrey.
The Investment Management Association (IMA) is aiming to establish a methodology for an all-inclusive cost per underlying fund unit by the end of this year.
Barclays has seen departures from its Glasgow, Liverpool and Edinburgh offices, following a management shake-up.
Ardevora fund manager Jeremy Lang talk value traps and explain why they sold out of miners in favour of housebuilders and construction stocks.
Citywire AAA-rated Newton Asian Income manager Jason Pidcock said 'guns and firing in the street' can present attractive buying opportunities.
In a new feature we highlight the key trades made by top UK fund managers and investors over the last week, with the likes of Harry Nimmo and Anthony Cross & Julian Fosh featuring in our first edition.
Slashing prices and building a platform proposition to compete in the transparent RDR are not priorities for BRI Asset Management, according to chair Simon Boardman-Weston.
Towry’s head of investment Andrew Wilson is warning on the dangers of financial repression, likening the unintended consequences of pushing income-seeking investors along the risk curve to borrowing payday loans.
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