FTSE brushes past 6,500 as Fed relief rally continues
(Update) The FTSE 100 advanced a further 1.2%, up nearly 4% on the week, after making gains for the fourth day in a row.
AAA-rated Horner on why Chelverton is backing asset managers
Citywire AAA-rated manager still believes in the long term stories of these managers, despite recent dips in share price.
Russian credit crunched as crisis spills into bank lending market
Russia’s foreign exchange crisis appeared to be morphing into a liquidity crisis on Friday with inter-bank lending rates coming unpinned from official borrowing costs to rise to a +10% premium
Charles Stanley confirms Abberley as CEO
Paul Abberley has now officially taken over as chief executive of Charles Stanley after receiving his regulatory approval.
The 12 biggest stories from a turbulent year in wealth management
From high court spats to tech writedowns, we highlight the events that shaped wealth management over the past twelve months.
BlackRock hires BNY discretionary sales head Sharpe
BlackRock has hired BNY Mellon's head of discretionary sales Adrian Sharpe as sales director for the North of England.
F&C Real Estate trust to convert to Reit
The £281 million F&C Real Estate Investment trust is to convert into a real estate investment trust following a positive vote by shareholders at an extraordinary general meeting.
Brewin Dolphin appoints ex-Standard Chartered COO to board
Brewin Dolphin has appointed Kath Cates, the former Standard Chartered wholesale banking chief operating officer, as a non-executive director with immediate effect.
Arch boss Farrell launches bid to overturn High Court defeat
Arch Financial Products chief executive Robin Farrell has kick-started a bid to overturn a High Court ruling which he claims will end his career, reputation and could leave him bankrupt.
£17bn Insight fund planning new share classes
Fund's articles being amended to reflect all regulatory changes made since 2006.
Investment Pulse: the highs and lows of 2014
This week's Investment Pulse looks back at some of the biggest stories of the year as well as looking forward to 2015.
Inside ETFs: Why the US bull-run still has legs
Global equities suffered a sharp sell-off in the third quarter but exchange traded fund investors are continuing to back the US to outperform in 2015
Manchester wealth firm hires Coutts director for London launch
Former Coutts director Tony Robinson has joined Chartered Wealth Management to head the company’s newly opened London office.
Profile: Stanhope’s portfolio boss on 30 years of risk management failure
Wealth managers have neglected risk management for private clients for the past 30 years, according to Stanhope Capital’s Ivo Coulson