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Richard Colwell's bulletproof Brexit stocks
Columbia Threadneedle’s head of UK equities outlined his argument for why the asset class has a bright future regardless of the flow of negative news.
Stonehage Fleming hires TMI partner as wealth director
Matthew Brown will help develop the wealth planning team from the firm’s London office.
Goldman Sachs launches US small cap fund
Goldman Sachs AM has launched a US small cap as the Russell 2000 has continued to make new record highs as the senior exhange wilts.
Columbia Threadneedle hires in London for post-Brexit strategy
The asset manager said it is planning to build up marketing, client services, compliance, and other capabilites in the city.
Stockbroking partner re-joins fund boutique as director
Harrington joins OLIM Investment Managers from stockbroker Baden Hill.
Mid-cap star Ashton Bradbury joins board of Nimmo trust
Former Citywire AAA-rated Old Mutual manager will take up non-executive role at Harry Nimmo's Standard Life UK Smaller Companies Trust next month.
LGIM hires former Standard Life Asia boss
David Hoantree Peng will lead Legal & General Investment Management’s strategy in Asia.
Champagne and caviar: the nasty wealth price surprises
The Coutts Luxury Price Index tracks the extent to which 12 high-end sectors are getting more expensive.
Himsworth leaves Sainsbury’s out of his shopping trolley
The supermarket chain will no longer be 'in the money' of the manager of the £122 million Fidelity UK Opportunities fund.
Canaccord cracks UK wealth top 10 with Hargreave Hale buy
Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management’s purchase of Hargreave Hale has boosted it into the top 10 of UK wealth firms
FCA Mifid probe should address research 'conflicts'
Fund consultants have welcomed the FCA's investigation into how Mifid II is functioning around five months after the new rules were introduced.
The existential crisis facing wealth managers
A new study underlines the impact artificial intelligence is having on wealth management
Why Speirs & Jeffrey was forced to sell to Rathbones
In a letter to clients, Speirs and Jeffrey chief Russell Crichton outlined why Scotland's biggest wealth manager had to give up 112 years of independence.