Citywire Performance Awards 2018: the shortlists revealed
This year we have had more than 60 entries to our Investment Performance awards
Private Office Retreat: pictures from day two
A selection of pictures from the second day of our annual private office event at Pennyhill Park in Surrey.
Citywire North: video highlights
We present the highlights from our annual wealth event at Rudding Park in Harrogate.
Citywire North Retreat: pictures from day one
We bring you a selection of pictures from our annual wealth event at Rudding Park in Harrogate.
Citywire Scotland: how wealth managers use new tech
We caught up with a few wealth managers at our annual event in Gleneagles to find out what technological innovations they are employing across their businesses.
Citywire Scotland: seven key findings
At the Citywire Scotland last week we asked investors about their positioning, asset allocation and their businesses. Here is what they told us.
Citywire South West Retreat 2018: pictures from Day 2
A selection of pictures from the second day of our annual South West event held at Marriott St Pierre, Chepstow last week.
Mark Stevenson: oil is the dumbest place to put your money
Futurist Mark Stevenson says that investing in oil is not just a risk to the environment but also your investment.
Citywire South West Retreat 2018: pictures from Day 1
A selection of pictures from our annual South West event at Marriott St Pierre, Chepstow, on what turned out to be the hottest April day in 70 years.
Wealth Manager Regional Stars Awards 2018: The 8 winners revealed
We reveal the eight winners of our Regional Stars Awards, the leading local discretionary managers, as voted for by over 600 financial planners.
Why and how rate induced corrections resemble buses
Comment: Much like buses, you wait years for a Treasury-induced sell-off and then two come along at once.
Private Office: Training up millennials
In a panel discussion at the Citywire Private Office Retreat, four leading industry figures in the private office world highlight recruitment as a way to address succession planning.
Kaepernick question: how important is company politics?
So should investors really fret about companies getting political or is it all just bluster?