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Profile: why the world of wealth is fracturing
The problem with wealth management, according to Robert Paul, London & Capital’s youngest ever partner, is that it is very antiquated.
M&G Securities boss Nott joins SYZ Asset Management
M&G Securities' CEO and chairman William Nott has left the company to join SYZ Asset Management.
Thesis AM to launch dedicated private office service
Thesis Asset Management is set to become the latest wealth firm to enter the private office market.
Brewin Dolphin loses two from Glasgow office
Michael Wedderburn and Craig Forbes have left the firm.
Investec among 'repeat offenders' IA warns over shareholder revolts
The Investment Association has written to some of the largest companies in the FTSE, warning them they could face fresh shareholder revolts.
Snowden's Kames bond team to join Artemis
Following a number of recent departures, Kames Capital has restructured its fixed income team.
Neptune's Rob Burnett leaving to set up own business
The Citywire + rated fund manager has more than 13 years' experience in the Europe ex-UK sector and joined Neptune in 2002.
4 shares the pros are buying and selling
Our regular roundup of trades by professional investors, featuring Citywire AAA-rated Keith Ashworth-Lord’s latest buy.
Robo backed by Fidelity legend Bolton posts £3.1m loss
Moneybox, the robo investment firm backed by Fidelity legend Anthony Bolton, posted a £3.1 million loss in its last financial year.
Profile: 'it's important clients know we are in it together'
'Get your hands dirty’ is the advice Charlotte Aspinall, head of investment management at Hurley Partners, gives newcomers to the industry.
Beyond robo: a new wave of tech is ready for prime time
A new breed of fintechs are entering the market: apps targeting niche investors.
Artificial intelligence will not replace sound investment advice
Can artificial intelligence every really replace a trusted wealth manager?
Finding value from a 1990s stock darling
In the race to discover the latest Faang opportunity, has old favourite Microsoft been overlooked?