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BOTs in showdown talks over beneficial ownership register row

By: Gary Robinson | 13 Jun 2018

Leaders of British overseas territories are in the process of two days of showdown talks with UK parliamentary officials in an attempt to try and reverse the…

Asset and wealth managers hesitant to set out post-Brexit strategies

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 11 Jun 2018

New research published by EY, the consultancy group, has revealed that most British-based fund management companies have yet to reveal their post-Brexit contingency plans, some two years…

Guernsey funds sector positive despite quarterly fall in net asset value

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 25 May 2018

Guernsey’s funds industry is seeing a number of new inquiries so far this year and expects to see a rise in the value of the sector before…

M&G to transfer £34bn of non-sterling customer assets to Luxembourg ahead of Brexit

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 17 May 2018

M&G Investments, the asset management business of M&G Prudential, is planning to transfer £34.2bn worth of non-sterling assets from UK-domiciled funds ahead of the country’s withdrawal from…

Irish funds industry breaks new record of €298bn, fastest growing in Europe

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 17 May 2018

Irish Funds, the representative body for the global cross-border investment funds industry in Ireland, has announced that net sales across all fund types stood at a record…

LGIM prepares for post-Brexit fund sales with Dublin opening

By: Gary Robinson | 14 May 2018

Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has announced the completion of the authorisation of its new Dublin management company, as it prepares for business in the European…

London tops global financial centres index despite Brexit looming

By: Gary Robinson | 14 May 2018

London is still ranked as the world’s number one global financial centre index despite Brexit looming and a number of key asset management firms exiting the UK’s…

BoE keeps rates on hold pending economy’s performance in 2H2018

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 10 May 2018

The Bank of England (BoE) today decided to keep interest rates at 0.5% in measured response to relatively weak economic data for 1Q2018. The BoE has already…

UK upgraded at Brooks Macdonald despite pending vote on Customs Union

By: Jonathan Boyd | 23 Apr 2018

The outlook on the UK has been upgraded to “neutral” from “negative” by UK investment manager Brooks Macdonald on valuation grounds – even as the possibility of…

London suffers big drop in hiring by FM firms as Brexit looms

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 23 Apr 2018

Asset managers in the UK have cut back considerably on new appointments as they look to shore up their European offices ahead of Britain’s withdrawal from the…

Expat campaigner spearheads fresh legal attempt to stop Brexit

By: Gary Robinson | 20 Apr 2018

A group of 13 UK expats, led by 96-year-old British war veteran and expat campaigner Harry Shindler, are attempting to have the European Council’s Brexit negotiation guidelines…

Pound reaches highest level since Brexit vote, ahead of trade talks

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 18 Apr 2018

Sterling traded at $1.4354 yesterday, its highest value against the dollar since June 2016, as crucial talks are due to begin this week on the UK’s future…

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