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Harwood's earnings 'comfortably ahead' of market expectations
Harwood Wealth Management expects to report earnings before tax, depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda) ‘comfortably ahead’ of market expectations.
Profile: The company bringing quantitative investment to the masses
You want esoteric? These guys can build it.
ETFs in Europe are just getting started
With fixed income exchange-traded funds still very much in their infancy, talk of the market reaching ‘peak passive’ is way off the mark.
Quilter 24 to reunite with Cheviot founder Kerr-Dineen
Cheviot Asset Management founder Michael Kerr-Dineen has made a dramatic return to the industry.
River & Mercantile sees £1.1bn inflows in Q3, but warns of downturn
River and Mercantile reported positive net inflows of £1.1 billion in the third quarter, but said it is warning clients to expect a downturn.
No deal Brexit could spark recession and downgrade, warns S&P
S&P has warned that a no deal Brexit could spark a deep recession in the UK economy, resulting in a downgrade from the ratings agency.
Budget 2018: Hammond rejects calls to scrap entrepreneurs' relief
The government has unveiled a stimulus package for business post-Brexit and vowed to back entrepreneurs.
Neptune hires ex-JP Morgan fund sales boss Mike Parsons
Neptune Investment Management has hired former JP Morgan Asset Management veteran Mike Parsons as global head of sales.
Lloyds' profits rise as recovery continues, but CFO to quit
Lloyds Banking Group continued its return to health, reporting an ahead of forecasts 1% rise in revenue to £4.7 billion in the third quarter, but in a surprise move chief financial officer George Culmer is to retire.
UBS rogue trader to be deported after latest Home Office appeal fails
Kweku Adoboli, the rogue trader who cost UBS $2.3 billion (£1.8 billion) through unauthorised trades, has lost his appeal against deportation to Ghana in the Upper Tribunal of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber.
Slave to the (algo)rhythm: under the bonnet of robos
Whether you are pro or anti-robo, a believer or a non-believer, the speed of digital change is increasing and new models will continue to evolve.
How wealth firms are tackling staff anxiety and depression
Financial giants reveal the support mechanisms for staff contending with mental health problems.
Active ETF launches slow on 'secret sauce' fears
Firms who want to turn their killer equity strategies into an ETF are encountering a big problem: transparency.