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Worried the tech titans are looking peaky? Try Europe
The continent lacks the big names but has niche opportunities attracting some investors
BMO launches low cost multi-asset portfolios
They will be allocated globally across equities and fixed income and mostly comprise of active strategies.
Brewin Dolphin appoints Jersey business development head
Bianca Jacques will promote investment management services in the Channel Islands
JOHCM’s Lambden: Growth brings its own pressures
A year in the job, Jo Hambro's CEO talks about his plans for the asset manager
Thomas Miller launches 'bionic' digital wealth service
The proposition is designed to attract clients who will eventually accumulate assets to enter the traditional service
OMGI hires sustainability boss from Newton
Freddie Woolfe joins from Newton as firm puts focus on sustainable investment
Is sterling now undervalued?
For the first time in more than three years, investors have started to go net long on sterling, according to Edward Smith, head of asset allocation research at Rathbones.
Ex-WH Ireland compliance boss loses FCA battle
Stephen Cooper's reference was thrown out for filling it 13 months too late
London & Capital launches wealth service for professionals
The offering is aimed at lawyers, accountants and private equity partners
Brewin Dolphin appoints former Axa Wealth CEO to board
Mike Kellard has been appointed as non-executive director.
Déjà vu all over again: tax avoidance or criminal activity?
Are you avoiding tax within the bounds of the law or are you a criminal? This seems to have been the distinction missed by the Paradise Papers revelations and has wealth managers calling for clarity.
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.