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Sunday Papers: Brexit makes hard to fill British jobs

And LSE shareholders say there is no need for board overhaul if tie-up tanks.

Saturday Papers: Credit Suisse boosts bonuses despite large annual loss

And Samsung damps investor hopes of structural changes as the group is unlikely to alter governance while de facto leader JY Lee faces charges.

Brevan Howard wins injunction to block Reuters report

Brevan Howard has been granted an injunction to prevent Reuters publishing a story it argued was based on confidential information.

Wealth firm launches structured product MPS

P1's structured product managed portfolio service has a fee of 0.75% for accounts up to £1 million and 0.25% thereafter.

'Groundhog day': four wealth managers on Scottish referendum II

A handful of wealth managers share their thoughts on the implications of a second Scottish referendum.

Ex-Towry partner unveils new wealth boutique

Former Towry executive partner Matthew Pitcher has launched his own wealth management boutique.

PassiveBeat: was FCA right to slam investment consultants? We have the numbers

If you pay consultants money, you should have a better portfolio. Well that's the theory anyway ...

FTSE falls as Trump issues healthcare ultimatum

FTSE 100 edges lower ahead of vote on healthcare reforms seen as key test of Donald Trump's ability to deliver on pro-growth policies.

Copia launches ETF portfolio range for retirement income

Discretionary manager Copia Capital Management has launched a range of managed portfolios purpose-built for retirement income.

Standard Life chief pockets £2.7m in 2016 after bonus cut

Keith Skeoch agrees to a cut in his bonus but still bagged £2.7 million last year.

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Picton: what to expect from property in 2017

Picton Property Income CEO Michael Morris expects the asset class to deliver solid single digit returns this year, but warns there will be considerable variance between sectors.

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