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Scottish banks would manage assets worth more than 10 times GDP if the country chose to break with the rest of the UK
The Labour party is understood to have plans to move loans worth more than £1 million to the Unity Trust bank.
(Update) Standard Life was among 24% of shareholders who voted against Barclays' remuneration report during a fraught annual general meeting, but 76% approved the bonus pool.
(Update) The FTSE 100 shed its gains after Russia's defence minister warned the West to stop its 'military machine' in eastern Europe.
The manager of the £31 billion Templeton Global Bond fund unveils how he is positioning for rising rates.
GAM has launched a fund that will invest across all asset classes to exploit mis-pricing opportunities.
Two senior directors, including a former board member, are to leave Brewin Dolphin.
Salamanca Group has bolstered its growing team with the hire of a new head of property services.
Antony Jenkins, chief executive of Barclays, has warned that the profitability of the bank’s fixed income division fell sharply in the first three months of the year.
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Brooks Macdonald has signed a deal allowing it to offer its portfolio management services to Reeves
Henderson Group reported net inflows of £3 billion over the first quarter
St James’s Place has named a new manager with a new strategy to the £3.5 billion mandate run for it by Artisan Partners.
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Shares declined after reports showed weakness in home sales and global manufacturing.
And the mood in Britain's factories is at its most upbeat in more than 40 years, a survey by the CBI shows.
St James’s Place has shut its portfolios run by First State’s Jonathan Asante and JO Hambro’s John Wood to new money.
Ex-Pimco chief Mohammed El-Erian has said he has no immediate plans to go back into the world of investment and may even opt to find a new career post his shock exit from bond giant Pimco.
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