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AIM-listed wealth firm hands key hire performance incentive
Peter Horbye has been hired to head up the international operations for the firm's investment management business.
Woodford buys £115m stake in Eddie Stobart
Woodford has backed the trucking firm's IPO to become the biggest shareholder with a near 20% stake.
Jupiter scraps 50% CEO pay rise after investor 'backlash'
Top shareholders have blocked Jupiter's attempt to hand its chief executive a near 50% pay rise.
5 shares the pros are buying
Our regular roundup of trades by professional investors, including two of Neil Woodford’s latest buys.
Hargreave backs AIM-listed wealth firm's buying spree
Hargreave Hale has supported a £10 million fundraising by Harwood Wealth Management, which will be used to fund fresh acquisition.
Charles Stanley 'on track' as it hits £24 billion
The wealth firm saw 'positive momentum across all divisions' in the first three months of the year.
Schroders snaps up $7bn private equity firm
The fund firm has agreed to buy Adveq Holdings for an undisclosed sum.
George Osborne to stand down down as MP
Former chancellor George Osborne will not stand for re-election at the general election in June.
Woodford Income Focus fund raises £553 million
Neil Woodford's new focused income product proves to be one of the UK's most popular fund launches.
Woodford pours another £2.3m into alternative lender
The investment in Non-Standard Finance lifts Woodford's holding in the business to 23.8%.
Miton's Wright: looking beyond the obvious Trump trade
Miton's Jim Wright talks to Wealth Manager about his newly launched Global Infrastructure Income fund.
What the top wealth firms pay their executives
St James’s Place’s (SJP) decision to increase the maximum annual bonus for its executive directors earlier this month brought its remuneration in line with some of its peers, but also highlighted the discrepancies between what different wealth firms pay.
PassiveBeat: Amazon’s advice for active fund managers
Jeff Bezos' latest letter to Amazon shareholders has implications for active fund managers grappling with only half the challenge from low-cost, index-tracking funds.
Spotting the next crisis: time for fund managers to beware?
Dr Quintin Rayer, head of research at P1 Investment Management, believes financial professionals seem to focus more on the upside