Asset management study: 5 things OMGI told the FCA
Old Mutual Global Investors reveals its five recommendations to the watchdog's competition study.
Brooks Macdonald partners with online adviser forum
Brooks Macdonald will provide videos and education guides for financial advisers and paraplanners on Panacea Adviser.
SJP swoops on Dorking-based advice firm
SJP has bought HJP Independent Financial Advisers, which was founded in 1990 and has 10 advisers with CF30 customer function and four directors on its books.
Investec's Hutchins applauds Unilever's Kraft rejection
Although Unilever's shares have been on a 'rollercoaster ride', Investec's Blake Hutchins welcomes the rejection of Kraft Heinz's bid.
Brewin Dolphin wins battle for NHS charity mandate
The firm has been appointed investment manager for the Velindre NHS Charitable Trust fund after a ‘competitive tendering process'.
Rathbones, Brooks and LGT Vestra sign up with tech firm
Rathbones, LGT Vestra and Brooks Macdonald all agree to use wealth tech firm WDX's software
RBS tops FTSE as Williams & Glyn sale shelved
RBS jumps to top of FTSE 100, offsetting Unilever's slide, as investors welcome plans to shelve sale of Williams & Glyn branches.
Vanguard calls for 'health warnings' on pricey funds
Vanguard calls for fee warning to be given the same weight as past performance in ‘radically simpler’ communications makeover
Waverton hires fund selection boss from John Duffield's firm
Luke Hyde-Smith joins in newly-created role from Brompton Asset Management.
Unilever slides as Kraft Heinz abandons $143bn bid
Shares in Unilever have tumbled as a hostile response spooks Kraft into pulling support for $50 a share bid.
James Henderson's HOT trades post-Brexit
James Henderson, the manager of the Henderson Opportunities Trust has been finding opportunities to invest since the summer, especially in the pharmaceuticals sector.
How to address the needs of vulnerable clients
With dementia now the leading cause of death in the UK, this has implications for wealth managers' client banks.
Tainted by scandal: how to approach crisis-hit investments
Set-back, scandal or crisis, whatever you want to call it when something goes wrong with a company, investors are forced to make a decision: do they pull out or wait for recovery?
How wealth firms can wire into the Silicon Roundabout crowd
Shoreditch’s Silicon Roundabout has become a fresh hunting ground for wealth managers to pick up new clients.