Lansdown-backed Ravenscroft to buy 25% stake in MXC Capital
Stephen Lansdown-backed investment firm Ravenscroft will purchase a 25% stake in tech advisory company MXC Capital.
Revealed: what products wealth managers want
SRI has become the one area where wealth managers are approaching fund companies for more products.
Profile: how to get through the doors at this gilt-edge gatekeeper
'There are a lot of smoke and mirrors that go on in investment management’ says Guy Christie of Chawker & Co
Wealth boss makes dramatic return to sell his boutique
The former chief executive of UK wealth boutique Henderson Rowe, Charles Aram has not only returned to the helm of the company he left three years ago, he has sold it to an Asian funds giant in his first act.
Killingbeck to step down as WH Ireland CEO
He will be replaced by Philip Wale, who will take over as chief executive officer elect from 1 August.
Thursday Papers: Google hit with record €4.3bn fine
And Premier Foods boss survived exceedingly close vote thanks to Japanese shareholder's support.
Overnight Markets: US stocks edge higher on strong earnings
The S&P 500 rose to its highest in more than five months, led by big gains in banks and transportation companies.
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This edition we would be interested to hear how you are managing the potential cognitive dissonance of rising geopolitical jitters versus still-healthy equity earnings.
Jacob Rees-Mogg boutique unveils frontier markets fund
Somerset Capital Management has added to its Dublin-domiciled range with a frontiers funds.
Inflation shock hits pound but drives FTSE higher
Political paralysis over Brexit and a surprise levelling in inflation hit sterling and cut chance of interest rate rise next month. UK shares rise with Scottish Mortgage Trust leading FTSE 100 higher.
Why wealth managers need to find fintech partners
A growing number of private client firms are now partnering with tech-based specialists to broaden the range of services they can offer their clients and lure in millennials.
What sets Quilter apart from SJP, Brewin and Rathbones?
Now the dust has settled on Quilter's IPO, we ask analysts what they make of the wealth firm's potential.
The Speirs & Jeffrey eight set for bumper Rathbones payday
A group of Speirs and Jeffrey directors are in line for handsome rewards after Rathbones struck a £104 million deal to buy the business.