FTSE limps to end of gloomy week as commodities weigh
FTSE 100 had hit all-time high on Monday but it's been all downhill from there, as index closes 2.4% down over the week.
Standard Life warns on annuities trading risks
In the Budget 2015 chancellor Osborne confirmed plans to allow the trading of annuities freely.
Edmond de Rothschild appoints UK CEO
Eric Coutts internally promoted to replace departing Richard Briance.
Heartwood hires SGPB Hambros financial planning head
Christine Ross has assumed the newly created role of head of advice.
Aberdeen buys up remaining stake in SVG joint venture
Aberdeen acquired 50.1% stake in the venture in May 2013.
Insider trader jailed for 10 months
Ryan Willmott dealt with insider knowledge of the Logica / CGI Group takeover.
Group ratings: who's winning in mixed assets – conservative?
A sledgehammer to crack a nut? The fallout of the Budget IHT review
If the use of deeds of variation is abolished, many might be losing a useful safety net
Baillie Gifford removes Monks manager over underperformance
Baillie Gifford has removed manager of the Monks investment trust Gerald Smith and replaced him with Charles Plowden
Kleinwort Benson profits triple to £5.4 million
Kleinwort Benson Investors enjoys bumper year while benefiting from growth in North America
Can wealth managers benefit from pensions revolution?
On 6 April the pensions market will change rapidly, can wealth managers avoid taking a simplistic approach?
Are discount control mechanisms still relevant?
Alastair Smith believes if the door to exit is always open, shareholders are more likely to stay
Help or hinder? What your ownership structure says to clients
While wealth managers look to build scale, some worry about the implications