Saturday Papers: UK growth slows sharply
And days of bumper bonuses numbered but bosses still celebrate while rising share prices are alarming investors over cost of long-term incentive plans.
Artemis gives Littlewood a co-manager on Strategic Assets
Kartik Kumar will co-manage fund after joining the firm as a graduate trainee in 2012.
OMGI to overhaul and rebrand multi-asset range
Clients will see reduced fees and the option to invest in high-risk portfolios.
Citywire South West: Check out the snaps from day one!
All the pictures from the first day of our event in Chepstow.
Barclays drags FTSE lower as bank lags US 'big boys'
Barclays shares slump as bank misses out on bond trading boom of US rivals, but RBS jumps on first quarterly profit since 2015.
RBS posts first quarterly profit since 2015
The Royal Bank of Scotland posted a profit of £259 million in the first quarter, its first since 2015, in an expectation-busting set of results.
The CEO tapes: 'the only reason you get fired is relationships'
In today’s instalment of the CEO tapes, four top asset management chief executives discuss corporate culture and how to ensure you get it right.
GDP growth halved in Q1 as shoppers count the pennies
Annualised UK growth halved in the first quarter of the year with a 0.3% rate of expansion down from 0.7% in the last three months of 2016.
Q&A with Gail de'Claire, Charles Stanley
Barclays profit rockets to £1.7bn
Profits at the bank more than doubled in the first quarter as its restructure starts to bear fruit.
Miton's Wright: looking beyond the obvious Trump trade
Miton's Jim Wright talks to Wealth Manager about his newly launched Global Infrastructure Income fund.
Alliance Bernstein: unpicking the $490bn giant’s UK plan
Alliance Bernstein (AB) may be well known in the US and has $490 billion (£392 billion) in assets across 22 countries, but in the UK retail market it has only just started to make its move.
Was Rathbones' private office launch a mistake?
N+1 Singer has questioned Rathbones' decision to enter the private office market a bearish note on the wealth firm.
Should Mifid II be reviewed post-Brexit?
Think tank New City Initiative has called for parts of Mifid II to be reviewed after Brexit. We asked our readers if they agree.