Profile: meet the Sanlam duo taking the fight to SJP
Two recent hirees have been charged with melding the business into an all-singing, all-dancing vertically integrated machine
Profile: Rathbone's Glasgow boss on the road to £1bn
If Angus Kerr, head of Rathbone's Glasgow office, is feeling the stress he does not let it show
Profile: how Cerno was forged in Asia's boom and bust
Cerno Capital’s investment philosophy was born in the spectacular boom and bust of Asia in the 1990s.
Profile: Shauna Bevan on diversity in a very male industry
Carving out a path in male-dominated fields is nothing new to Shauna Bevan
Profile: the future's brightening for Brewin Dolphin
Brewin's division director on why he's happy to get back to the coal face of client management
Profile: standing tall for impact investment
Tribe Impact Capital’s mission statement is to create a ‘New Wealth Order’ in which a client’s wealth management is aligned with their ethical values.
Profile: 'launching our own office was so liberating'
The ex-Charles Stanley team at Raymond James Solent on why they struck out
Profile: unbuttoning Thomas Miller’s investment process
It has been an interesting few years at Thomas Miller Investment
Profile: meet the wealth business offering portfolios for £1
Robo adviser Wealthify has made a bold gamble which it believes will open up entirely new audience for its services
Profile: Beaufort's high-flying CIO on climbing to £2.5bn
From getting his pilot’s licence in just 21 days to cramming his investment management qualifications into a single year Stewart Murray likes to get things done quickly.
IBT's Craig on the Trump impact for biotech
Ailsa Craig of the International Biotechnology trust highlights the M&A activity seen in the biotechnology sector this year.
Changing fees: What is the best way to charge clients?
Before buying anything, it is only natural to want to know how much exactly it is going to cost, so why should this not be the case in wealth management as well?
Conservative manifesto: values are first Brexit casualty
Theresa May came not to praise Thatcher but to bury her
Why the end of Trump trade is good for markets
While the Trump trade looks to be in real trouble, but GAM multi-asset boss Julian Howard is not losing any sleep an