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Woodford sells £40m property firm stake to Barnett
Neil Woodford has sold a £40 million stake in NewRiver Reit to his former Invesco colleague Mark Barnett
FCA warns on increase in wealth manager scams
The watchdog's business plan revealed it has identified a rise in discretionary portfolios being used for pension scams
US firm brings top 41-year-old utilities strategy to UK
Reaves Asset Management has wrapped its $3 billion Utility Income fund in a Ucits structure to make it available across Europe.
Tatton shares slide 7% on 'disappointing' IFA services unit
The firm hit the landmark after attracting £1.1 billion in net inflows over the last year.
Wealth managers jump back into the black after brutal Q4
After a brutal third quarter, wealth managers bounced back into the black in the first quarter.
FCA launches probe into Wasps rugby club
The watchdog is trying to determine whether the 152-year-old Premiership club misled the market about its finances, according to the Financial Times.
Tilney on acquisition hunt after £16m tech overhaul
Tilney is on the hunt for fresh acquisition opportunities after completing a major overhaul of its technology platform.
WH Ireland makes seven redundant in major restructure
Six of the roles are within the firm's London-based operations team as the firm battle to return to profitability.
Brewin Dolphin signs £35m Avaloq tech deal
Avaloq software will replace Brewin's core custody and settlement system
Lighthouse boss: we'll struggle to find a better fit than Quilter
Lighthouse CEO Malcolm Streatfield has responded criticism that Quilter's £46 million deal for the business does not represent its true value.
What Quilter/Lighthouse tells us about consolidation wave
Since the beginning of this year at least 14 deals have been announced but how do valuations in the financial advice and wealth management sector look like?
Why are so many wealth managers desperate to pack it in?
Increased regulation, Brexit, short-termism - with so many pressures piling up, it comes as no surprise wealth manager job satisfaction is on the decline.
Top 30 under 30: how wealth firms can appeal to young talent
The young guns of 2019 tell us industry’s boorish and boring image must be tackled.