Profile: Rathbone's Newcastle boss on the road to £1bn
Starting from zero assets on day one, Rathbone's Newcastle team now looks after just over £400 million in clients money
Profile: from managing Brunei’s billions to Dorking’s pension pots
Mole Valley Asset Management's boss on why he chucked in multi-billion mandates for Surrey wealth management
Profile: Weatherbys' Edinburgh boss on making waves in Scotland
Weatherbys' Scotland boss explains how he is making waves north of the border
Profile: Newscape's odd couple on their complementary contrasts
Professional partnerships are frequently built on a shared worldview.
Profile: Brewin's Cardiff boss on the Welsh opportunity
Prior to becoming head of Brewin Dolphin Cardiff, Welshman David Myrddin-Evans had only previously visited the city to watch the rugby.
Profile: 'for the first time since 1981, I have to watch politics'
James Hambro & Partners’ William Francklin says he is having to factor politics into his thinking for the first time in his 36-year career
Profile: how an 'awkward' approach led this duo out of Barclays
Piers Cushing and Rob Cloete say it was their ‘awkward’ approach to investing that led the pair to leave Barclays Wealth & Investment
Profile: a Williams de Broe vet on striking out from Investec
Laurence Boyle and his team became ‘somewhat of an oddity’ within Investec after joining via its acquisition of Williams de Broë
Profile: Brewin's Newcastle boss on the increasingly competitive NE
William Baker Baker, Brewin Dolphin’s Newcastle office head, is a fixture in the firm, having been with them for 30 years.
Profile: how Brown Shipley tempted its NW boss out of retirement
When Jonathan Sherlock announced he was stepping down as head of UBS’ Manchester office, he envisaged a life of playing golf and watching football.
A spotlight on the only private office in Scotland
It has been 18 months since Brian O’Connor and Angus Jack took a leap of faith and set up North Capital in Edinburgh. We check up on how they are doing.
Feeding the beast: how funding for robo start-ups is changing
Do online investment managers require institutional backing to take them through to profitability?
The false sense of security around executive pay
To mark Good Money Week, Epworth's Stephen Beer asks why shareholder rebellions appear to be in decline.