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The S&P 500 registered yet another record high on upbeat jobless claims data and the European Central Bank's move to keep rates unchanged.
Schroders Private Banking name to be consigned to history as Cazenove brand kept for enlarged wealth business.
The renowned fund manager is very positive on housebuilders as beneficiaries of an economic turnaround in the US.
The firm has announced that Mark Barnett has now replaced Neil Woodford as the pilot of the range.
The former boss of the FSA told delegates at the Wealth Manager Conference & Awards that this is a 'turning point' for UK rates but rises will be restricted by the 'deep debt overhang'.
Henderson property securities head will retire from the firm in June to pursue some 'long-held personal ambitions'.
In the second episode of our series Prudential's Andy Brown explains why despite heavy discounting of funds people will always pay for high alpha.
Brewin Dolphin has launched a High Court action against Charles Stanley and six former senior Brewin employees in its Leicester office.
The day has finally arrived to give recognition to the top wealth offices across the UK, with the winners receiving their awards at the Westminister Plaza this evening. Here's a reminder of the shortlists.
Shares move higher ahead of statement by the European Central Bank on interest rates.
The RCM Technology Trust has lowered both its annual management charge and its performance fee.
RIT Capital Partners, the £2.4 billion investment trust, has dramatically increased its debt in order to allocate more to absolute return strategies.
The group took a profit hit after two former Aviva Investors employees were found to have improperly allocated bond trades.
Aviva reversed previously losses in 2013 as its fund management business continued to disappoint.
Schroders has reaped the rewards of its Cazenove buy. However, a £1.5 billion outflow and £15 million provision relating to a US review of Swiss bank accounts weighed on its wealth arm.
Eight funds have been added and seven removed in our bi-annual review of Citywire Selection.
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And Shell, Barclays and Lloyds have spoken for the first time of the potential problems should Scotland leave the UK.
Investors showed little reaction to the Fed’s Beige Book, which said severe weather across much of the US took a toll on shopping and consumer spending in recent weeks.
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Lord Turner, a fund pricing debate and a heroic tale from 'Touching the Void' mountaineer Joe Simpson were among the highlights from this year's event held at the Westminster Plaza hotel.