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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.

RBS to axe hundreds of jobs and close 158 branches

The bank said the 'dramatic shift' towards online banking was the major motive for the decision.

C Hoare sells dealing and custody division to Canaccord

The disposal is part of the UK's oldest family-owned private bank to refocus its business.

Tilney launches new investment management service

Tilney for Professionals is launched this week and offers advisers and other professionals a range of investment management solutions.

The Expert View: Next, Merlin and Ted Baker

Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Halma and GVC.

Overnight Markets: Wall Street falls as House postpones healthcare vote

The Dow component UnitedHealth Group plunged 1%, chipping away 12 points from the blue-chip index.

Friday Papers: Barclays faces new fight over ‘crash cash’ from Qatar

And shoppers started spending again in February after two months of falling figures.

Allianz’s Riddell: the biggest speculative bubble I've ever seen

Mike Riddell thinks global financial markets have got over-excited about their hopes of reflation and run far ahead of any justifiable valuation.

Time for wealth management to ‘indulge digital minds’

Innovation strategist Anders Sorman-Nilsson and data journalist David McCandless discuss the importance of data and digital touchpoints for wealth managers.

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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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