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Alexander: independent Scotland would need Wonga-like bonds
Danny Alexander has slammed the Scottish government's threat to default on its share of UK debt.
Nimmo nightmare: ‘prodigious underperformance’ blamed on derivative onslaught
Harry Nimmo has attributed the sharp decline in performance to derivative traders taking fright at signs rates could be on the rise.
Driver jailed for eight years for killing two Aberdeen AM employees
The Lorry driver who killed two Aberdeen Asset Management employees has been jailed for eight years.
Woodford sells the only bank he trusted
Neil Woodford has sold out of HSBC just over a year after buying a bank for the first time in over a decade.
Brewin slashes £13m off tech writedown bill
Brewin Dolphin has saved £13 million by striking a final settlement in relation to its tech writedown.
Novia gives wealth firm £750k loan in strategic alliance
The wrap platform's alliance with Tavistock Investments has also seen it buy a 2.5% stake in the wealth firm.
VAM launches Frontiers fund
The fund will hold between 60 and 90 stocks based in countries either domiciled, or doing business in frontier markets.
Over to you Mr Lewis: is now the time to buy Tesco again?
In perhaps its most drastic move since its troubles started, the superpmarket giant has cut its dividend by 75% and parachuted in its new chief early. Some think this could be a good buy opportunity.
Coutts stores £110 million to cover suitability costs
Coutts & Co has put aside £110 million to cover compensation payments associated with the sale of unsuitable investments.
The top 20 universities powering the funds industry
The asset management industry continues to be a leading field of interest for students and research from eVestment highlights the 20 universities where students are hot property.
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.