News by: Elsa Buchanan
With the first quarter out of the way, financial information firm Markit has updated its views on 18 UK sectors for the £75 billion income payout it believes the FTSE 350 will yield in 2014.
The WMA has called on the FCA to investigate the fact that one third of compensation scheme pays out for firms which never paid in.
SocGen's Peter Haynes on taking profits on US positions and moving into Europe.
Caspar Helmore, a discretionary asset manager, has left Thurleigh Investment Managers less than a week after it announced its merger.
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US asset manager Alger is targeting the UK market with a concerted funds push.
Senior executives have attributed damning Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) findings that wealth managers are not fully disclosing their charges or restricted status to a lack of guidance from the regulator and trade bodies.
The Wealth Management Association claims 'common sense prevailed' as the European Parliament is set to adopt changes to its comprehensive regulation on investment products.
Wealth managers have warned that earnings in their own sector could be subjected to downwards pressure this year as fee competition bites.
Eren Osman, senior investment manager at private bank Arbuthnot Latham, is keeping faith in Japan’s ‘Abenomics’ reform policies.
Theo Osborne, the chancellor's younger brother, aims to exploit the 'big exodus' from Silicon Valley through the fund, according to reports.
WH Ireland is undertaking measures to reduce costs and has started a review of its wealth management arm
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The co-manager of the RWC Enhanced Income fund, John Teahan, tells Wealth Manager how he intends to deliver a 7% yield for investors.
Duncan Blyth, investment director at Turcan Connell Asset Management (TCAM), has left the firm.
David Reid Scott is stepping down as chairman of Stonehage Advisory to become a senior adviser to the firm.
George Osborne estimates a third of savers are expected to take their money out of pensions under liberalisation.
Elections in India, Colombia and Brazil this year could change the way investors look at emerging markets, says Xavier Hovasse of Carmignac.
Threadneedle Investments has tied up with South African investment manager STANLIB in a promotion and referral agreement.
Rathbones has carried out a £24.4 million share placing to help fund a double swoop on Jupiter’s private client and charity business, and the former Tilney London business from Deutsche.
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