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Raymond James unifies UK business under Peter Moores
Raymond James Financial makes the chief executive of its investment services division head of its UK business.
iFunds’ Stacey Ash on market makers and liquidity issues in ETFs
Stacey Ash, investment manager at iFunds, discusses liquidty troubles in the fixed income exchange traded fund (ETF) universe and the importance of market makers.
FCA fines RBS £5.6m for reporting failures on 45 million transactions
The Royal Bank of Scotland has been fined £5.6 million by the Financial Conduct Authority for incorrectly reporting transactions made in wholesale markets.
Foresight targets £200m with Solar Infrastructure launch
(Update) Foresight is looking to raise £200 million for the launch of its latest Solar Infrastructure fund on the London Stock Exchange.
RBC Wealth expands UK private client team with hire from UBS
RBC Wealth Management has expanded its London-based private client team by welcoming on board Juan Pablo Cortes.
Aviva Investors appoints SLI's Munro as CEO
(Update) Aviva Investors has pulled off a coup by hiring the creator of Standard Life Investments' £18 billion Global Absolute Return Strategy (Gars) as chief executive.
Ignis to go big on absolute return with raft of fund launches
Ignis Asset Management is set to unveil four absolute return fixed income funds and has plans to launch long/short equity products further down the line, in a move to become a key player in the absolute return market.
Boost launches inaugural short and leveraged Japanese ETFs
Specialist exchange-traded product (ETP) provider Boost has unveiled short and leveraged Japanese ETPs on the London Stock Exchange.
Tier One Capital’s de Gabiole reveals his top structured product positions
Tristan de Gabiole, portfolio manager at Tier One Capital, reveals his top structured products positions and why there is a greater move to passive
Ex-RBS real estate boss finds a new home at Cornerstone
Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers has hired Chris Bates, a former Royal Bank of Scotland property managing director, to head up its European real estate finance arm.
Should wealth firms consider TV advertising?
In financial services, the television has normally been the preserve of banks, insurers and payday lenders, but both Tilney and Octopus have been carrying out high profile marketing campaigns.
Data protection dilemma: how to tackle Mifid II and GDPR clash
JHC head of regulatory change Andrew Watson analyses how firms can protect themselves from GDPR.
Polar Capital's Rochussen: 'You have to be ruthless'
'You have to be ruthless,’ admits Polar Capital CEO Gavin Rochussen on the challenges of running an asset management business.