Saturday Papers: Yellen points to summer rate rise
And austerity policies do more harm than good, International Monetary Fund study concludes.
FCA hires former Investment Association chief Godfrey
The FCA has hired Daniel Godfrey former Investment Association chief executive.
Neptune IM hires Matthew Butcher to launch discretionary arm
Neptune Investment Management is planning to launch a discretionary service, which will be led by former Brewin Dolphin head of research Matthew Butcher.
FCA appoints PRA's Butler as director of supervision
The Financial Conduct Authority has made Megan Butler’s role as director of supervision - investment, wholesale and specialists permanent after being on nine month secondment from the PRA.
Tilney Bestinvest welcomes Towry with £17.6m profit
Tilney Bestinvest reported a profit of £17.6 million in the first full year of trading since the two companies came together.
Vote Leave offers £50m prize for predicting every Euro 2016 result
Vote Leave will offer a prize of £50 million to anyone who can correctly predict the outcome of each match at the European Championships this summer.
Simon Somerville to swap Jupiter for Marathon AM
Somerville joins the institutional fund after a 11-year stint with Jupiter.
UBS UK investment office boss Bill O'Neill to retire
UBS Wealth Management’s Bill O'Neill is set to retire at the end of July.
How Jupiter's AA-rated Davies has transformed his new trust
It has been just over a month since the manager took over the Jupiter Global Growth trust which is now the Jupiter UK Growth trust.
Wealth boutique hires Barclays man as investment boss
Wealth boutique Aspinalls Group has hired Barclays Wealth's Michael Ast for its discretionary business Buckingham Street Capital.
Min Kupfer: why Vietnam says 'good morning' to unprecedented FDI
Vietnam Holding Ltd Investment Trust chairman outlines a convergence of FDI, consumption and stock-to-GDP as priming Vietnam for an extended growth run.
Time for FCA to stop ‘cookie-cutter’ suitability approach
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been criticised for a lack of flexibility after it mounted a fresh onslaught on suitability.
How will wealth management look in 10 years?
Regulation, consolidation, robo...what will be the key factors defining the next decade in the industry?
Watch out advisers, wealth giants are coming to get you
In a recent field trip, UBS found some of the UK’s biggest wealth firms in a predatory mood.