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A 17-year-old's perspective on Brexit

Jacob Bernbaum has just finished the first year of his A-levels and is worried about his future, as politicians fail to make any meaningful progress on Brexit.

Moola sale: a confused client's perspective

I have never had to think about M&A from a client’s perspective until today.

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.

The existential crisis facing wealth managers

A new study underlines the impact artificial intelligence is having on wealth management

Why Speirs & Jeffrey was forced to sell to Rathbones

In a letter to clients, Speirs and Jeffrey chief Russell Crichton outlined why Scotland's biggest wealth manager had to give up 112 years of independence.

A teenager's view of the 'incomprehensible' student debt problem

As teenagers across the country receive their A-level results, 16-year-old Charlotte Stenning, who starts college in September, is stunned by a study into student debt levels.

OMW advice boss: lessons learned from nine buys in 12 months

With nine acquisitions under the belt, Dominic Rose explains how he communicates with his new clients.

Erdogan seeks relief in prosecutions rather than sound policy

COMMENT: If you speak to any sane economist, any sane person really, they would not suggest starting investigations into 346 social media accounts as the way to fix a broken economy.

Brexit should be spark to revolutionise the wealth industry

Niral Parekh, head of retail asset and wealth management at Capco, outlines the opportunities Brexit creates for wealth managers.