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Exclusive: Wealth CEO exits over 'inappropriate language'

Henderson Rowe chief is leaving the firm following a number of complaints regarding ‘inappropriate language’, Wealth Manager understands.

Brexit: a FX dealer's 'gut' pound forecast in 5 scenarios

Argentex FX dealer John Goldie offers some insight on what could happen to the pound once the Brexit fog clears a little.

Miners lead FTSE gains as Dairy Crest leaps on takeover

Miners drive FTSE 100 higher on optimism over trade talks between US and China, while Dairy Crest jumps on takeover bid.

The hunt is on: where will Lloyds find 700 wealth advisers?

Lloyds’ ambitious target of recruiting over 700 advisers has raised more than a few eyebrows, increasing competition in an already challenging market.

Sir Gerry Grimstone hands Barclays chair to Rothschild veteran

Former Standard Life Aberdeen chair Sir Gerry Grimstone is to step down as chair and non-executive of Barclays’ ringfenced private and investment bank

Beaufort Investment appoints new CIO after reshuffle

Shane Balkham is the company's new chief investment officer and Emma Clarke will fill his old role as head of fund research.

Woodford and Barnett give thumbs-up to Provident takeover

Fund managers Neil Woodford and Mark Barnett throw their weight behind takeover approach from Non-Standard Finance.

Tim Haywood: GAM is making me a scapegoat

Dismissed head of absolute return is looking at next course of action.

Rathbones' James Thomson: raging bulls should sell my fund

‘If you think we’re heading for a global economic boom then you should sell this fund,' says Rathbone Global Opportunities manager James Thomson.

Jacob Rees-Mogg's boutique loses $225m US mandate

Somerset Capital Management has lost a $225.2 million (£172 million) mandate with Brown Advisory.