Saturday Papers: Private equity investors circle collapsed Carillion
And Royal Dutch Shell is planning to crash London’s transport market with a new venture.
Miton's Brown on European small caps and Ferrari
Miton European fund manager Thomas Brown explains how he is playing niche online retail
Lazard's Custis: the high street gems set for prosperous 2018
Overblown fears about a Brexit ‘no deal’ creates an opportunity to buy attractively priced stocks that could benefit from a rally in the high street, says Lazard's Alan Custis.
The 10 financial services jobs set for biggest 2018 pay rises
With a skills shortage in financial services, a study from recruitment firm Robert Half highlights 10 professions likely to see the biggest pay rises this year.
John Spiers gives EQ Investors staff chance to take control
Staff at John Spiers’ EQ Investors will be given the opportunity to acquire majority control of the company
Dignity and Carpetright crash in consumer crunch
Triple whammy of bad news from retail stocks sees shares in Dignity, Carpetright and Bonmarché crash.
Rathbones hires Coutts man for Newcastle office
Rathbones has bolstered its team in Newcastle with the appointment of David Stangroom from Coutts
FSCS puts £6m cost on failed wealth firm
The news was revealed in the Financial Services Compensation Scheme annual budget update.
Thesis Guildford branch head and client director resign
The head of Thesis Asset Management’s Guildford office John Devine has resigned, along with client director Kate Nathoo.
The Expert View: Balfour, Whitbread and Countrywide
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including NewRiver Reit and Experian.
Cryptocurrency the main target for scammers in 2018
As CryptoMania grips financial markets, wealth and asset managers won't be the only ones looking to exploit the frenzy.
12 wealth and fund firms to watch in 2018
From new growth strategies to acquisition plans, we highlight the firms to watch in 2018.
Iress's Walsh: Why GDPR can drive trust in financial services
Iress CEO Andrew Walsh explains why he believes the new regulation can help rebuild consumer trust in the industry.