Profile: a Williams de Broe vet on striking out from Investec
Laurence Boyle and his team became ‘somewhat of an oddity’ within Investec after joining via its acquisition of Williams de Broë
Profile: Brewin's Newcastle boss on the increasingly competitive NE
William Baker Baker, Brewin Dolphin’s Newcastle office head, is a fixture in the firm, having been with them for 30 years.
Profile: how Brown Shipley tempted its NW boss out of retirement
When Jonathan Sherlock announced he was stepping down as head of UBS’ Manchester office, he envisaged a life of playing golf and watching football.
Profile: Coutts' wealth boss on her plans to double assets
Coutts' new head of wealth has ambitious plans for the bank. She explains how she is shaping the business following its suitability review
Profile: Rathbones' fund boss on spotting emerging talent
A great fund manager is really easy to spot, says Mike Webb, chief executive of Rathbones Unit Trust Management
Profile: how has Investec Leeds succeeded where others failed?
Investec W&I’s Leeds branch is by far the biggest in the city, say rivals
Profile: Walker Crips' Crispin Cripwell plugs regional gap
‘Walker Crips has over a dozen regional offices around the UK but it has a bit of a gap around the home counties,' says Cripwell
Profile: how Tcam's new recruit plans to conquer the capital
James Drace-Francis wanted a fresh challenge when he was deciding on his next career move.
Profile: John Brett's big plans for Anderson Strathern
After a high flying role at Aberdeen, Anderson Strathern's new boss explains why he switched product distribution for private clients
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
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Out-of-date ideas on Asia and emerging markets means investors are missing out.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.
SJP: how to make huge profits from your own funds
Financial services group St James’s Place is charging annual management fees for its funds which are often several times larger than the amount it is paying the external fund managers who actually manage the money.