Saturday Papers: Vauxhall jobs in UK 'safe until 2021'
And Volkswagen swings back into profit after emissions scandal as German carmaker booked big diesel-related charges while shaking up its executive pay.
How Brexit turned Neil Woodford bullish
Less than a year ago star fund manager believed UK economy was 'awful' and markets 'highly valued'. He's changed his tune.
London & Capital director to lead new family office
London & Capital executive director Mark Estcourt has joined recently launched Cavendish Family Office.
ETF Securities cuts price on gold fund for UK listing
ETF Securities has cut the price of its Physical Swiss Gold ETF and listed the fund in the UK in response to increasing investor appetite.
RBS leads FTSE lower as losses balloon to £7bn
Royal Bank of Scotland losses jump as it sets aside huge sums for likely US fines for mis-selling investments before the financial crisis.
GAM integrates wealth and investment arms in restructure
The restructure is designed to ‘reinvigorate’ GAM's wealth and investment propositions.
Canaccord hires senior director from Brooks Macdonald
Canaccord has appointed David Scammell as business development director for the international sales team.
Regional Stars Awards 2017: Midlands shortlist revealed
We reveal the five offices to make the Midlands shortlist in our annual regional wealth manager awards.
Jupiter to cut £13m 'box profit' in fund pricing switch
Jupiter Fund Management is switching its unit trust range to single pricing, which will see it lose £12.8 million in 'box profits'.
Coutts to spend £20m a year on digital investment
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) saw income from its private banking arm, made up of Coutts and Adam & Company, jump up £13 million to £657 million in 2016.
James Henderson's HOT trades post-Brexit
James Henderson, the manager of the Henderson Opportunities Trust has been finding opportunities to invest since the summer, especially in the pharmaceuticals sector.
How to address the needs of vulnerable clients
With dementia now the leading cause of death in the UK, this has implications for wealth managers' client banks.
Tainted by scandal: how to approach crisis-hit investments
Set-back, scandal or crisis, whatever you want to call it when something goes wrong with a company, investors are forced to make a decision: do they pull out or wait for recovery?
How wealth firms can wire into the Silicon Roundabout crowd
Shoreditch’s Silicon Roundabout has become a fresh hunting ground for wealth managers to pick up new clients.