Latest News - David Campbell
Tineke Frikkee: Stan Chart is its cheapest in a generation
Standered Chartered is the cheapest it has been since the Asian crisis and HSBC not far behind it, says Frikkee
No campaign surges back into lead
The volatile and uncertain outcome of next week’s Scottish independence referendum was underlined yesterday with the flagging no campaign recovering its poll lead
RBS joins businesses threatening exodus under independence
RBS has joined a flotilla of Scottish companies seeking to get ahead of uncertainty about a Scottish currency and regulation by announcing plans to relocate to London in the event of a yes vote
Scotland risks becoming Argentina of the north says Nangle
Scotland could follow Argentina’s example of bankruptcy if it decides to peg any future currency to sterling, Threadneedle head of multi-asset investment Toby Nangle has warned
Trust Insider: why Ecofin Water is still a power play
Investing in Ecofin Water & Power has paid dividends - but the managers need to make sure they are not just leveraging one investment
Tilney Bestinvest finalises charity team plans
Tilney Bestinvest has finalised the line-up of its consolidated charities team with managing director Paul Frame overseeing a regional structure with dedicated investment managers overseeing areas
ARC hires Schroder director to head London office
Asset Risk Consultants (ARC) has appointed Guy Christie, formerly a client director of Schroders, as director of its London office
Scottish no vote lead falls 72% in month
The number of Scottish voters planning to vote against independence has fallen 72% over the last month as the two sides enter the last few weeks of campaigning.
European Wealth poaches ex-Barclays managers for North West hub
European Wealth has poached two former Barclays Wealth managers to open up its first office in Manchester
Mattioli Woods' discretionary funds climb to near £1bn
Mattioli Woods has pushed its discretionary assets under management close to £1 billion from just £190 million a year ago
Sarasin’s Boucher: why I like salmon with chocolate
Henry Boucher, manager of the £129 million Sarasin Food & Agriculture Opportunities fund, explains why he is gobbling up salmon and chocolate stocks.
Alibaba hype, the UK slowdown and opportunities in European sovereign bonds
Libby Ashby and leading wealth managers analyse what the Alibaba IPO hype means for Chinese equities, slowing growth of the UK economy and whether there’s anything left to play for in the European sovereign bond market.
Veteran banker boosts Sanlam’s stockbroking team
A veteran private banker has been recruited by Sanlam Private Investments to strengthen its advisory stockbroking team.
Profile: Psigma's Edinburgh boss on why he is in Scotland long term
When Tim Wishart agreed to launch an Edinburgh office for Psigma he was not expecting to head the company’s first overseas team