Miners lead FTSE rally as profits and dividends rocket
BHP Billiton and Antofagasta reveal soaring profits and dividends, driving their shares to the top of the FTSE 100.
Sold in 54mins: how long it takes Pogba & co to buy a house
Neymar’s blockbuster £200 million transfer has inspired MatchedBets to see how long it takes footballers to pay off a house compared to their team’s fans
Alan Howard moves back to London after 7 years in Geneva
The billionaire co-founder of Brevan Howard has returned to London for family reasons, according to reports.
Nick Samouilhan to join T Rowe Price after Aviva exit
Nick Samouilhan is set to join T Rowe Price as a solutions strategist on the EMEA multi-asset solutions team in November.
Pensions regulator prosecutes ex-BHS boss Chappell
Chappell is facing a court appearance over failing to provide information to TPR.
Woodford & Barnett hit as Provident Financial plunges 70%
(Update with Neil Woodford comment) Shares in Provident Financial collapse on FCA investigation, boss departure and scrapped dividend, hurting fund investors.
Tilney hiring spree moves to Birmingham
Tilney has added to its Birmingham office with the appointment of financial planner Jane Garrick.
Sipp firm settlements suggest turning point in claims cases
One sipp firm has settled claims cases against it before final FOS decision have been released, reopening the issue of if Sipp firms are liable.
Lloyds credit crunch boss sues for unpaid bonuses
Eric Daniels is suing Lloyds for £500,000 in unpaid bonus, according to reports.
Research boutique's fees uncovered ahead of Mifid II
Autonomous Research, which was set up by a team of former Merrill Lynch analysts, intends to offer a 'pay-as-you-go' model, according to Bloomberg.
Criminal Finances Act 2017: a wealth manager checklist
Anne Healy-McAdam, Head of private client tax at Cordium, offers some advice to wealth firms head of introduction of tough new rules.
Why we're only at start of powerful Asian bull market
Out-of-date ideas on Asia and emerging markets means investors are missing out.
A lack of creativity is holding back wealth management
Kurtosys CEO Mash Patel feels wealth firms and asset management firms could be more imaginative when it comes to presenting data.