Citywire UK fund manager awards 2018: group shortlists revealed
We reveal the shortlist for the group categories in the second year of Citywire UK Awards.
- Moola sale: a confused client's perspective 2
- Why wealth managers need to find fintech partners
- What sets Quilter apart from SJP, Brewin and Rathbones? 3
- The Speirs & Jeffrey eight set for bumper Rathbones payday
- The existential crisis facing wealth managers 1
- Why Speirs & Jeffrey was forced to sell to Rathbones
Artemis Alpha writes off £3.8m stake in co-founder's company
Recovery of Artemis Alpha Trust, the ‘best ideas’ fund of Artemis Fund Managers, hit by liquidation of investment in Urica Ltd, an unquoted company started by one of group's co-founders, Lindsay Whitelaw.
- James Anderson criticises Elon Musk for slur on British diver 17
- Ian Cowie: why I switched from emerging Europe to Vietnam 7
- Trust Watch: the infrastructure funds to buy after John Laing 11
- Templeton Emerging Markets undaunted by strong dollar
- Better Capital ‘frustrated’ as Northern Aero sale cleared
- Regional real estate trust launches 4.5% retail bond 4
Profile: why this Brewin manager went solo before hitting 30
More and more wealth managers are striking out alone, but few have the bottle to attempt this in their 20s
- Swiss private bank seals deal to buy UK wealth firm
- Coutts director exits to lead fintech UK wealth operation
- Family office sells 40% stake as it hires ex-UBS M&A star
- Warring Rothschild branches reach deal on name
- Wealth firms in 'early stages' of 'complete transformation' 1
- Profile: how to go from no funds experience to head of a firm in a year 3
- Profile: how career burnout led to a family office launch
- C Hoare promises 'millennial thinking' in generational handover
Saturday Papers: GSK board considers break-up of group
And trade war fears escalate as Trump renews attack on China, the EU and the Fed.
Wealthify's Pearce: how online DFMs can build trust
In this video Cardiff-based Wealthify founder Michelle Pearce also discusses online DFM suitability failings and not being London-centric.