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Toby Nangle will launch the Global Multi Asset Income fund, which he believes will offer investors a solution in the changing world of pensions.
Lloyds Bank has been forced to store an additional £600 million to cover the mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI).
The acquisition of Cazenove Capital fuelled a surge in revenue and performance at Schroders' wealth arm.
Game was head of healthcare at the firm and had managed the AXA Framlington Health fund since July 2011.
While its rivals spend their hard earned cash on acquisitions, Jupiter intends to use its pile for rewarding shareholders and organic growth.
The case was triggered by an employee of Sunrise Brokers who refused to work his notice period after accepting a job with a rival firm.
The Edinburgh-based firm has dimissed reports it is looking to buy a London base as the Scottish independence vote looms.
Sanlam Private PI's study has seen a number of changes over the last six months, with several new additions to its black and white lists.
James Dilworth joins from Allianz and replaces Wolfgang Matis, who left the firm in June.
The firm saw a withdrawal of £4 billion from a single client and £3.3 billion worth of outflows from its recently acquired Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (Swip) business in the second quarter.
Richard Price joins Brooks Macdonald as a non-executive director.
AFH Financial has acquired Edinburgh-based Finlay Gow & Company.
Decura IM Investments is suing UBS claiming the Swiss banking giant’s extensive restructuring has been detrimental to the joint venture between the two.
Ian Hannam has lost his two-year battle against a £450,000 fine imposed by the FCA for market abuse.
Arbuthnot Latham is to sell Gilliat Financial Solutions following the structured product arm's return to profitability.
Ashcourt Rowan chief operating officer Richard Sinclair is to exit and Steve Haines has taken control of risk functions in a restructure of the boardroom
Craig Jamieson is to leave his post in Glasgow to spearhead the firm's push in the south.
The credit crisis, regulation, technology and ethics are changing the face of of wealth management. University professor and ex-Citibank private banker Dr Teodoro Cocca gets his crystal ball out and takes us to 2030.
Bromsgrove-based AFH Financial has seen profit jump to £540,000 following a series of acquisitions.
The financial watchdog has found significant failings in Sipp firms' due diligence procedures.
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