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The 30 best paid athletes in the world
Forbes' sports rich list highlights the mega riches the world's top sportsman earn.
Tom Becket presents Psigma's World Cup dream team
Tom Becket selects the best England team of recent years and recreated Psigma’s Balanced portfolio into a team to tackle the challenges ahead
Fund managers' top 10 research providers
With quality of research important in a post-Mifid world, a study by independent evaluators Extel highlights the providers the buy-side favour.
The 20 most valuable footballers in the world
CIES Football Observatory transfer values has published its index on the world's most valuable footballers.
The 20 most expensive cities in the world
UBS Global Wealth Management has published its study into the cost of living around the world.
The world's top domiciles for wealth management
Which is the world’s leading wealth centre? To find out Deloitte has for the last three years been ranking the world’s leading domiciles on a range of competition factors.
UK Wealth Service Awards: the winners revealed!
The first ever UK Wealth Service Awards were held on 23 May. Here are the winners
Goldman Sachs AM's five key themes for H2
GSAM highlights five key themes for the second half of the year.
The 20 most valuable football clubs in Europe
Manchester United may not have won the title this year, but they have retained their position at the top of KPMG's valuations table.
CEO Tapes: Buxton to Gilbert - ‘my Glencore quandary’
Do not miss the first two minutes of this film as Richard Buxton shares how he has been challenged by a client for owning shares in a certain company.
Why Speirs & Jeffrey was forced to sell to Rathbones
In a letter to clients, Speirs and Jeffrey chief Russell Crichton outlined why Scotland's biggest wealth manager had to give up 112 years of independence.
Richard Colwell: fund management is a funny old game
As another World Cup kicks off, Columbia Threadneedle's head of UK equities describes how the investment and football worlds collide.
Wealth boom: where DFMs must improve by 2021
The wealth industry is expected to grow to over £1.4 trillion by 2021, but can company systems cope with this boom?