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Quilter, Tilney & SLA: the firms at heart of decade's top deals
The biggest deals in a decade that changed the face of the industry
Tip of the iceberg: why are wealth firms culling jobs?
After a number of wealth firms announced job cuts, we look at whether this is the start of a wider industry trend.
Ex-Brewin director takes key role at Scottish private office
North Capital, the private office based in Edinburgh, has hired former Brewin Dolphin assistant director as head of wealth planning .
The top performing fund managers of the last decade
Active managers with 10-year track records are a rare breed, and those who have outperformed over that period are even more difficult to find.
Canaccord Genuity WM to pay up after broker legal loss
The firm has been ordered to pay out around £825,000 after Collins Stewart, which it acquired in 2011, was found to have breached a contract with an introducing broker.
New €53m fund launches for European tech investment
AI-focused venture capital firm InReach Ventures has raised €53 million in a new fund aiming to invest in early-stage European technology firms.
JM Finn loses senior London manager to Raymond James
David Roblin, senior investment manager at JM Finn, has joined Raymond James as a branch principal.
Quilter taps Janus Henderson manager for multi-asset range
Quilter Investors has hired Helen Bradshaw from Janus Henderson to work on a new multi-asset income range due to launch in the summer.
CWM at 10: how a decade of change transformed wealth
Wealth management assets (AUM) have balloned to nearly £1 trillion as the crash, QE and more recently monetary tightening transformed investment
Peel backs Brooks as it slashes asset manager forecasts
Brooks Macdonald and Polar Capital are the stand-out financial services companies for analysts at Peel Hunt.
A 'most interesting time': Inside eight wealth managers' minds
At our Wealth Manager Conference and Awards ceremony last week senior industry figures told us what is really on their minds
Revealed: Gars pain grows with £17.2 billion blow
We've crunched the data ahead of Aberdeen Standard's results tomorrow and it is not looking good for the multi-asset strategy.
IWD 2019: the unpalatable truth about the gender pay gap
Initial results are not encouraging: based on the reports filed so far the gender pay gap widened by 1%