Saturday Papers: Theresa May resigns
And Boris Johnson has vowed to take Britain out of the EU on 31 October “deal or no deal” if he becomes Prime Minister.
BlackRock's 10 major geopolitical risks
With tensions between the US and other countries dominating the headlines, now seems like a good time to step back and put geopolitical risks in perspective
Julius Baer battles to return to past profit glories
While business has picked up at Julius Baer it still remains short of its profit target.
Goodbye ‘British Empire’ as old trust investor changes name
Global investment trust British Empire follows example of F&C, the former Foreign & Colonial, by dropping a name viewed as old-fashioned and out-of-step with modern Britain.
Ex-Brewin research head launches bespoke portfolio service
Matthew Butcher is developing the service with incoming managing director Charlie Parker, who joins from Sanlam at the beginning of June.
WH Ireland hires ex-Quilter Cheviot research head and former fighter pilot
WH Ireland has bolstered its ranks with the appointment of a new research boss and a former fighter pilot.
Pound breaks losing streak as May says she will step down on 7 June
Pound snaps losing streak against dollar and euro after Theresa May says she will step down as prime minister on 7 June.
George Soros takes stake in embattled GAM
Soros has acquired a 3% stake in the under fire Swiss fund firm
Old Mutual suspends CEO after ‘material breakdown in trust'
Old Mutual has suspended its chief executive Peter Moyo after losing faith in his ability to lead the business.
The Expert View: Babcock, Serco and IG Group
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including B&M and Mothercare.
- Old Mutual suspends CEO after ‘material breakdown in trust' 2
- Ex-Brewin research head launches bespoke portfolio service
- Legg Mason slashes 120 jobs in strategic overhaul
- WH Ireland hires ex-Quilter Cheviot research head and former fighter pilot 2
- Goodbye ‘British Empire’ as old trust investor changes name
Clientology: the battle to convince the IT crowd
Tech professionals may be stereotyped as nerds but as wealth clients they are efficient individuals who enjoy face-t-face meetings
Wealth firms failing to keep pace with rising cyber threats
Too many wealth firms either rely on outdated, manual processes to protect themselves or believe they are below the radar of malicious actors.
What's behind the big wealth client exodus?
The results of EY’s recent global wealth survey serve as a reminder that the customer is always king