Saturday Papers: Facebook shares fall as Sandberg defends position
And Cabinet 'gang of five' are planning to force Theresa May into last-minute Brexit changes.
FTSE falls as banks and builders resume Brexit slide
FTSE 100 falls as shares in companies exposed to the UK domestic economy resume slide amid political turmoil over Brexit deal.
Wealth firms slam fund groups on offshore fund tax reporting
Frustration has mounted among wealth firms, who believe that asset managers could do more to report potential tax liabilities on offshore funds.
How four wealth managers would reform IHT regime
We ask four wealth managers how they would reform the UK's most hated tax.
Quilter closes Tier 1 Visa service over due diligence concerns
Quilter Cheviot has closed the service to new clients as more firms offer investment services before due diligence checks have been completed.
Top 100 2018: inside 38 wealth giants' fund buy lists
With wealth managers’ buy lists being ‘broadened and deepened across all regions and strategies’, our 2018 Wealth Manager Top 100 survey found companies’ preferred list of funds continues to evolve.
SJP launches mental health first aid course for staff
The firm said it has seen 'significant' interest from staff for the course after it was promoted on World Mental Health Day last month.
A-rated Konstantin Leidman ends six-year Schroders stint
Fund manager will leave the investment giant in January 2019
Liontrust: five stocks for our five biggest macro themes
Liontrust fund manager Jamie Clarke highlights the stocks populating five of its biggest macro themes going into 2019.
Friday Papers: May vows to fight for her Brexit deal
And Patisserie Valerie boss Paul May quits after accounting scandal.
- Top 100 2018: inside 38 wealth giants' fund buy lists
- Saturday Papers: Facebook shares fall as Sandberg defends position
- Wealth firms slam fund groups on offshore fund tax reporting 2
- Deutsche poaches Tilney partner to head financial planning 2
- Quilter closes Tier 1 Visa service over due diligence concerns
Active ETF launches slow on 'secret sauce' fears
Firms who want to turn their killer equity strategies into an ETF are encountering a big problem: transparency.
ETFs in Europe are just getting started
With fixed income exchange-traded funds still very much in their infancy, talk of the market reaching ‘peak passive’ is way off the mark.
Secret CEO: 'loco' Fed, Mourinho and the blame culture
Our secret CEO compares two leading exponents of narcissism and fake news to uncover some uncomfortable truths about what motivates so-called natural born leaders.