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IMF head Lagarde placed under formal investigation
International Monetary Fund head Christine Lagarde has been placed under formal investigation by a French court.
Is the wealth industry over-reliant on regulatory consultants?
Many joke it has become a golden era for those working in compliance or regulatory consultancy. It is no joke as the hefty costs associated stalls profitability.
Soros sues BNY Mellon over Argentine debt debacle
Renowned investor George Soros has joined with three other hedge funds to file a lawsuit against BNY Mellon's role in the recent Argentine default.
HSBC vows to fight £151m Keydata lawsuit
HSBC is planning to fight a $250 million (£151 million) lawsuit, which alleges it aided fraud in relation to failed investment company Keydata.
FCA's in-house funds probe enters next stage, as audit trails scrutinised
The Financial Conduct Authority's review into the use of in-house funds among wealth managers is gaining momentum, as audit trails come under the microscope.
Heartwood launches proposition for Handelsbanken clients
Heartwood is capitalising on the opportunities to attract new clients through the Handelsbanken branch network with a new proposition.
Bridgepoint explores Quilter Cheviot IPO or sale by year-end
Quilter Cheviot owner Bridgepoint is exploring appetite to float or sell the private client business ahead of the election.
MPs question Carney's neutrality ahead of election
MPs have accused Bank of England governor Mark Carney of a low interest rate pact ahead of the general election.
Argentina proposes voluntary debt swap to side-step US court ruling
Embattled Argentina has announced plans to launch a voluntary debt swap to avoid a US court ruling that triggered the country’s debt default.
Gov't decides against selling rest of Royal Mail stake at high
Ministers considered selling the government's remaining stake in Royal Mail when the shares were trading at a post-privatisation peak in March.
Gervais Williams: the real reason to worry about Quindell
Citywire AA-rated manager Gervais Williams has argued that sentiment is the true danger to Quindell.
AA-rated Lofthouse: 'maverick' tobacco settlements won't stop M&A
Henderson International Income trust manager Ben Lofthouse shares his thoughts on recent developments in the tobacco sector in this video.
Profile: Quilter Cheviot boss Baines sees more consolidation ahead
Nineteen months on from the merger of Quilter Cheviot chief executive Martin Baines says the deal is now paying dividends.
Profile: how Matthew Butcher is carving a new role at Dart Capital
The wealth management industry is undergoing a profound period of change: whether it wants to admit it or not.