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Court action against HMRC rockets on tax crackdown
The number of people willing to go to court to contest HMRC orders rocketed last year.
EQ Investors staff take 22% in first share allotment
EQ staff have become the third largest holders of the company
GP 'hired Chechen mob' to kill Brown Shipley adviser
A retired GP accused of waging ‘a five year vendetta’ against his Brown Shipley adviser arranged his murder on a ‘Chechen mob’ website.
Trade jitters send manager fears to multi-year highs
Fund managers are feeling more bearish than at any point in the last two and a half years
Arbuthnot profits soar as it becomes bank-ier
Client assets at Arbuthnot Latham rose from £1 billion to £1.07 billion over the first half of the year with profits climbing 10% to £5.4 million,
FCA: inconsistent MPS risk levels may need regulation
Model portfolio platform terminology and the language used to describe risk may need to be regulated, the Financial Conduct Authority has said.
Mandatory equity lock-ups to tackle executive rewards for failure
Retiring directors may be required to hold onto equity for up to a period of five years after stepping down from a business
UPDATE: UK likely to sign up for EU financial rule changes
The government has abandoned hopes for a broad equivalence regime governing financial services sold into the European Union after Brexit.
Liontrust's Cross & Fosh up Charles Stanley stake as shares climb
Citywire AAA-rated managers Anthony Cross & Julian Fosh have upped their stake in Charles Stanley following a 10% spike in its shares.
Tories in turmoil as Boris Johnson resigns
Foreign secretary Boris Johnson has joined Brexit secretary David Davis by handing in his notice, heaping the pressure on Theresa May.
Moola sale: a confused client's perspective
I have never had to think about M&A from a client’s perspective until today.
Why wealth managers need to find fintech partners
A growing number of private client firms are now partnering with tech-based specialists to broaden the range of services they can offer their clients and lure in millennials.
What sets Quilter apart from SJP, Brewin and Rathbones?
Now the dust has settled on Quilter's IPO, we ask analysts what they make of the wealth firm's potential.