River and Mercantile hires ex-Australian rugby international
Tim Horan, who won 80 caps for the Wallabies, will set up a new Australian business for the asset manager.
Woodford Patient Capital gets $35m biotech IPO windfall
The value of the trust's holding in Autolus Therapeutics has jumped by 50% to around $105 million (£79 million) following its US listing.
Citywire Scotland: how wealth managers use new tech
We caught up with a few wealth managers at our annual event in Gleneagles to find out what technological innovations they are employing across their businesses.
Friday Papers: Airbus prepares to take flight over Brexit
And sterling soared after Bank of England's Chief Economist Andy Haldane backed rate rise.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street slumps on continued trade fears
Energy, industrials and materials were among the biggest decliners.
FTSE 100 hands back gains as Bank turns hawkish
Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane joins hawks voting for interest rate rise, boosting the pound but hitting the FTSE 100.
Stephen Lansdown sells £129m HL stake on record highs
Stephen Lansdown has cashed out £129 million from his remaining stake in Hargreaves Lansdown
The top 19 regional property hotspots this century
Research from HouseSimple.com shows it is not just London homeowners that have enjoyed a property price boom in the 21st century.
Richard Colwell's bulletproof Brexit stocks
Columbia Threadneedle’s head of UK equities outlined his argument for why the asset class has a bright future regardless of the flow of negative news.
Dunedin Smaller soars on merger with star Nimmo’s trust
(Update) Shares in Dunedin Smaller Companies jump 8% after investment trust agrees to merge with Standard Life UK Smaller Companies Trust, run by Citywire AAA-rated fund manager Harry Nimmo.
FCA Mifid probe should address research 'conflicts'
Fund consultants have welcomed the FCA's investigation into how Mifid II is functioning around five months after the new rules were introduced.
The existential crisis facing wealth managers
A new study underlines the impact artificial intelligence is having on wealth management
Why Speirs & Jeffrey was forced to sell to Rathbones
In a letter to clients, Speirs and Jeffrey chief Russell Crichton outlined why Scotland's biggest wealth manager had to give up 112 years of independence.