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Allianz GI to launch new performance fee model
The firm will put its fund managers to the test with new charging model that relies on their ability to beat benchmark.
Montanaro to cut out ‘noisy’ external research in Mifid II call
Charles Montanaro's boutique will stop buying research and do its own instead, calling external research 'little more than noise'.
Quilter Cheviot hires trio for new London private client team
Quilter Cheviot poaches talent from Arbuthnot Latham, 7IM and Fiske to launch new team based in London.
UBS: Carney is no longer crying wolf on rate rises
UBS Wealth Management economist Dean Turner predicts 25bps base rate hike in November and further 25bps hike in May.
Arc launches online portfolio health check tool
Performance QuickCheck allows investors to compare performance against its private client and charity indices.
Brown Shipley continues Edinburgh expansion drive
Brown Shipley makes two senior hires as it looks to grow its Edinburgh office.
EIS days could be 'numbered' as Treasury plans crackdown
According to reports, the Treasury is looking at ways to stop high earners abusing tax relief offered by the Enterprise Investment Scheme.
FCA refuses to publish report into RBS's small business abuse
The regulator is at loggerheads with MPs on the Treasury select committee after they demanded the full report be published.
Axa IM launches China short duration bond fund
The fund aims to give investors exposure to £6.5 trillion Chinese bond market.
'Delighted' Nick Train buys into Man Utd 'fascination'
Train bought Manchester United shares directly from the Glazers, the first new holding in the Finsbury trust in two years.
Feeding the beast: how funding for robo start-ups is changing
Do online investment managers require institutional backing to take them through to profitability?
The false sense of security around executive pay
To mark Good Money Week, Epworth's Stephen Beer asks why shareholder rebellions appear to be in decline.
Jilted: Why do deals fall apart?
When the Rathbones and Smith & Williamson merger was shelved, it piqued the interest of many in the City, who questioned why what seemed all but a done deal suddenly fell apart.