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Euro small cap star: why we swapped asset managers for private banks
The next leg of the financial rally could see private banks post 'substantial' gains, JP Morgan European Smaller Companies manager Francesco Conte believes.
House builders rally as Help to Buy brought forward
(UPDATE) Broader markets fall as government shutdown looms in US and Italy is thrown into political crisis
How much did our financial watchdog spend on art last year?
The Financial Conduct Authority has art worth more than £700,000 hanging on its walls, and in the past year alone the regulator has spent around £10,000 adding to its collection as part of its reception refurbishment.
Regulator to speak out over Cat bond risks
The Prudential Regulation Authority is set to speak out over the possible risks associated with catastrophe bonds, according to reports.
RBS strikes £600m deal to offload branches & create new 'challenger' bank
(Update) Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has struck a £600 million deal to offload more than 300 of its branches.
RWC Partners breaks $5 billion record
In a year that saw the firm snap up Hermes' activist Focus unit, RWC attracted gross inflows of roughly $1.5 billion, defying the difficulties in markets.
Henderson steps up Ashcourt Rowan exit with £2.5m disposal
Henderson has sold a significant stake in Ashcourt Rowan, marking its third share disposal in the wealth management firm this month.
The banks to back: Inside Polar Capital's Global Financials Trust
(Update) Polar Capital's John Yakas believes that it is too early to go all out on emerging markets, but he has been upping his exposure following the recent sell-off, branding it an ‘excellent’ entry point.
Throgmorton 'fan club' set to expand with fee and benchmark revamp
Mike Prentis and Richard Plackett's Throgmorton Trust is proposing to reduce its performance fee cap, tweak its name and change its benchmark to reflect its 'evolution' over the last five years.
Caledonia trims Close Brothers stake after 'strong' results
Caledonia Investments has further reduced its holding of Close Brothers, reducing it to just shy of 4%.
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.