FTSE rallies as Draghi leaves door open to more QE
Markets rally as European Central Bank president highlights possibility of more stimulus against backdrop of global growth fears.
Lombard Odier launches EM debt ETF
In partnership with ETF Securities, this is the fourth addition to its range of smart beta products
Equity fund sales highest in 15 years ahead of summer crash
UK equity funds were the most popular with net retail sales of £943 million.
Carbon credit scam director banned for 15 years
The director of a company which fleeced £200,000 out of investors by selling non-existent carbon credits has been disqualified for 15 years by the High Court.
Spend now, benefit later: the cost of being in the 21st century
Wealth managers are being forced to play catch up in embracing the digital age
How differences between wealth managers and advisers are disappearing
Saunderson House has seen some change over the years and Chris Sexton reveals what to expect looking ahead
Nutmeg swaps Pershing for State Street to protect low fees
Nutmeg's rise over the last three years has prompted it employ one of the largest custodians in the world in a bid to protect its low cost model.
Fund boutique launches with JM Finn deal
Thornbridge Investment Management has been founded by JP Morgan Cazenove managing director James Bedford.
Pension freedoms: savers withdraw £2.5bn from pots
Savers have withdrawn £2.5 billion from their pension pots following the introduction of pension freedom, according to new figures.
Citywire North: pictures from day 1 in Harrogate
Our annual event in Yorkshire brought together key players in the region's investment community at Rudding Park Hotel in Harrogate.
Bespoke services for smaller clients: is it still sustainable?
Rising regulatory costs have led a number of wealth managers to steer smaller clients towards their lower-cost online propositions.
How many plates can a fund manager spin?
As Buxton becomes OMGI CEO, is it wise to stick with a fund manager who has more to do than just run money?
'Dumped' Brewin clients caught in a love triangle
Predatory wealth firms have seized on the opportunity to seduce Brewin Dolphin's smaller clients.