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The firm is to close Ashby's £10 million Enhanced Income fund and Holden's £63.5 million UK Focus in a streamlining of its UK equity franchise, Wealth Manager can reveal.
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Renowned economist Nouriel Roubini has taken to Twitter to lambast the virtual currency.
Barclays Stockbrokers has reduced the administration charge it imposes on Sipps as the platform price war heats up ahead of new rules.
A raft of celebrities that include David Beckham and Andrew Lloyd Webber face a £1 billion as HMRC moves to clear a backlog of 65,000 suspected avoidance cases.
Tom Tuite Dalton's new role of product manager will see him support the likes of Invesco Perpetual UK equity head Mark Barnett.
The £441 million HgCapital Trust has announced disappointing results for 2013, thanks in part to its heavy cash weighting.
Raven Russia, a £565 million fund focused on Russian warehouses that has long been one of Neil Woodford’s favourite trusts, has reported strong annual results despite turmoil in the country.
David Solo, group chief executive officer of GAM, has insisted that his group will not cut its fees to attract greater flows.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has regained his spot as the world's richest person, according to Forbes annual billionaires survey.
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(UPDATE) Pound falls as deputy Bank of England governor says further gains would harm the UK's 'rebalancing towards net exports'.
As the debate on Scottish independence rages on Citi has weighed in, saying the nation would probably lose its AAA-rating if it breaks free from the rest of the UK.
Scoban chair says there are no plans to float the new private bank as it embarks on £40 million capital raising.
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After a day of grilling top fund managers, along with a presentation from Lord Turner and a debate on fund pricing, our shortlisters took their seats for the evening as anticipation started to build.
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