Quilter CEO: the City has not tackled its addiction problem
The City of London has not tackled its problem with addiction, according to Quilter chief executive Paul Feeney.By Ollie Smith - 21 May 2019, 07:32
Video: Inside NextGen’s Manchester Met graduate boot camp
Last week New Model Adviser® journalists Elliot Smith and Jack Gilbert visited Manchester Metropolitan University to see NextGen Planners' graduate boot camp
20 best bits from our platform CEO roundtable
Following another successful roundtable with the bosses of the major platforms, we look back at some of the best bits from a discussion about clients, consolidation and innovation
'Everybody has to be involved': fund managers talk diversity aims
To mark International Women's Day, we have spoken to top fund houses about their definition of diversity, and how they hope to achieve a more inclusive workplace.
Citywire at 20: Ian Taylor on Transact's two decade journey
In an exclusive chat with Citywire, Transact chief executive Ian Taylor explains what it has been like to run one of the UK's leading financial services firms over two decades.
Platform CEOs: providers will consolidate or reinvent
In the second edition of the Platform CEO roundtable, Transact chief executive Ian Taylor reflected on his own listing and there was a consensus from the senior figures that there will be more acquisitions and IPOs
Be honest about recession uncertainty, says Miton's Jane
'Visibility on economic outcomes is perhaps six to nine months ahead in terms of reality, the rest is guesswork,' according to Miton multi-asset manager David Jane
Quilter’s Feeney: Your ups and downs are part luck
Citywire turns 20 this year, so when we sat down with Quilter chief executive Paul Feeney in October 2018, we had the chance to ask him for his reflection on two decades' work in wealth management. Here is what he said
Former CIA lie detector puts our fibbing skills to the test
Susan M Carnicero knows a thing or two about lying. Watch our conversation with her at the recent New Model Adviser conference and awards, and see if you can spot one of our people lying to her!
Exclusive: MPs call for advisers' verdicts on RDR
IFAs should write to the Treasury select committee about their feelings on the success or failure of the retail distribution review (RDR), according to chair Nicky Morgan MP