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Kalaris among City grandees backing Hungerford launch
Nick Hungerford has raised £110,000 via a share issue attracting a number of high profile new backers, including former Barclays Wealth chief Tom Kalaris
Rathbones’ Top 100 fund research head to depart
Rathbones’ head of fund research Mona Shah is set to depart after more than 10 years at the firm.
Rising costs carve into Psigma profits
Rising costs contributed to a 38% fall in Psigma Investment Management’s pre-tax profits in 2017.
Hungerford puts own money into AI-advice firm's £1.7m fund raise
AI-driven financial advice firm Multiply AI aims to disrupt the financial advice market and has received backing from Octopus Ventures and Nutmeg founder Nick Hungerford.
Saranac bolsters team with family office hire
The fledgling wealth boutique has signed Christophe Savinas as an investment adviser.
Hampden private banking boss steps down from board
Private banking head Jeremy Vaughan has stepped down from the board of Hampden & Co
Imperial seeds £100k fund for seven next gen managers
Imperial College Business School is giving wannabe analysts and investment managers their own fund to manage.
FTSE firm as merger mania dominates UK shares
Takeovers enliven UK stock market with Virgin Money jumping 8% on bid from rival challenger bank CYBG. Scottish Mortgage Trust extends recent rally.
Stockton tests appetite for social housing fund launch
A team of property specialists are seeking to tap into investor appetite for a high-yielding social housing funds, with plans for an IPO.
Smith & Nephew leads FTSE 100 lower
A profit downgrade from Smith & Nephew weighed on the FTSE 100 and dampened good news from Glencore.
FCA Mifid probe should address research 'conflicts'
Fund consultants have welcomed the FCA's investigation into how Mifid II is functioning around five months after the new rules were introduced.
The existential crisis facing wealth managers
A new study underlines the impact artificial intelligence is having on wealth management
Why Speirs & Jeffrey was forced to sell to Rathbones
In a letter to clients, Speirs and Jeffrey chief Russell Crichton outlined why Scotland's biggest wealth manager had to give up 112 years of independence.