Latest News - William Robins
Standard Life commits to Scotland but braces for further change
Standard Life has braced investors for further constitutional change in Scotland.
Lloyds domiciles TSB in England ahead of Scottish vote
Lloyds Banking Group is to relocate TSB Bank to England from Scotland, ahead of the new bank's planned £1.5 billion float
Scottish fund firms face multi-million pound bill for independence
Financial trade body Scottish Financial Enterprise has warned that Scottish funds groups would have to pay for a brand new regulatory and consumer protection regime if independence form the UK goes ahead.
Labour to unveil banking break-up plans
Labour leader Ed Miliband will promise a 'reckoning' in a speech today detailing plans to break-up the high street banks.
Pension charge cap to be delayed for a year
Plans to cap charges on auto-enrolment pension schemes will be pushed back at least 12 months.
FCA admits 'lessons learned' from timing of Sipp review
The Financial Conduct Authority has admitted the timing and deadline of a questionnaire that formed the basis of a thematic review into the Sipp market, had not been thought through by its predecessor the Financial Services Authority.
Aberdeen chief Gilbert takes seat on gov't financial services board
Aberdeen Asset Management chief executive Martin Gilbert has been appointed to the board of the Financial Services Trade and Investment Board, created by the government to promote investment.
FCA hits banks with £1.3bn bill in new mis-selling scandal
Banks have agreed a £1.3 billion compensation fund for customers mis-sold credit card insurance.
HMRC loses appeal over Tenon tax avoidance scheme
HM Revenue & Customs has lost an appeal over an insurance-based tax avoidance scheme promoted by accountancy and advisory firm Tenon.
Fernando Torres faces £2m tax bill over Twilight film scheme
Footballer Fernando Torres could be hit with a £2 million tax bill for investing in a scheme that helped fund the Twilight films.
Profile: Psigma's Edinburgh boss on why he is in Scotland long term
When Tim Wishart agreed to launch an Edinburgh office for Psigma he was not expecting to head the company’s first overseas team
Profile: why Chris Wyllie joined Connor Broadley
Professional footballers are not renowned for their financial acumen, but former Millwall player James Connor is an exception to the rule