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Guy Monson, chief executive officer of Sarasin & Partners, has argued that the combination of quantitative easing (QE) in Europe and structural reforms in emerging markets is reversing his negative stance on the latter.
Citywire AA-rated star UK equity duo Anthony Cross and Julian Fosh have upped their conviction in Bioquell
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has reduced the 2014/15 annual levy by £37 million – except for private client managers and financial advisers
European regulators have promised the ‘strictest regulations for high frequency trading in the world’
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And Google has bought drone manufacturer Titan Aerospace, as both Google and Facebook are racing to provide internet access with aircraft.
Investors shrugged off geopolitical tensions to buy equities after receiving a boost from solid earnings from Citigroup and a strong pick-up in retail sales last month.
Summit Germany was among the casualties of the sector in 2009: does its return to AIM make an interesting entry point?
Reassuring results from banking giant Citigroup buoy markets rally after the worrying developments in the Ukraine.
Thurleigh founder Charles MacKinnon said there was no ‘burning building’, with the deal motivated bya three to five-year view on regulation.
As Old Mutual's bond guru recovers from a wisdom tooth operation, he anticipates a whole new taste sensation from markets after Mario Draghi finally 'gets it'.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has won a High Court case against a land banking firm which it said sets a precedent that means land bank funds must be authorised collective investment schemes.
The acquisition of Isle of Man-based Acordias will open the opportunity for Rowan Dartington to provide its stockbroking and discretionary capabilities on a global basis.
A study by Pershing reveals that wealthy clients understand the outcomes of the RDR but view advice as more expensive since the regulation was introduced.
Over a fifth of wealthy clients are considering switching adviser or wealth manager since the introduction of the far-reaching regulation.
Andrew Wilmont will be lead European high yield portfolio manager.
The Swiss wealth manager has expanded its overseas footprint through the purchase of Merrill Lynch's Dublin-based business.
The DPZ Capital Partners buy for an initial £5.7 million increases Brooks international footprint.
The chancellor said plans are being drawn up to make it easier to prosecute the wealthy found to be deliberately reducing their tax burden by hiding money in foreign accounts.
And insiders at some of the hottest private and publicly traded internet companies unloaded substantial personal stakes ahead of the slump in tech stocks .
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