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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…

Pensions ‘least complained about’ sector as FCA complaints top 3.76m

By: Gary Robinson | 20 Apr 2018

During the second half of 2017 a total of 3.76m complaints were received by the Financial Conduct Authority, although the much-maligned pensions industry was the financial services…

Chatham House picks ex-Goldman economist O’Neill as chairman

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 19 Apr 2018

Chatham House, the international British think-tank at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, has elected an economist, Jim O’Neill, as its new chairman. O’Neill, who was chief…

FEIFA and Moneycorp look to strengthen their alliance

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 19 Apr 2018

The UK-based Federation of European Independent Financial Advisers (FEIFA) has announced a new affiliation with foreign exchange specialist Moneycorp. “Moneycorp is, of course, a currency specialist that…

‘Arrogant’ UK financial adviser to the stars jailed for seven years

By: Gary Robinson | 19 Apr 2018

A financial adviser who made his name advising UK TV stars and Premier League footballers on their finances has been jailed for seven years. According to a…

Mark Woodward to join St. James’s Place Wealth Management Asia

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 18 Apr 2018

St. James’s Place Wealth Management Asia, the international business of the FTSE100 wealth manager, has announced that Mark Woodward is joining the St. James’s Place Partnership. Woodward…

Morningstar launches tool to outsource fund selection

By: Mona Dohle | 18 Apr 2018

Morningstar has launched a new business unit offering financial institutions and advisers the opportunity to outsource their fund selection or asset allocation services through a series of…

UK-based advisory firm: Mortgage biz on FSCS default list ‘dissolved in 2014’

By: Helen Burggraf | 18 Apr 2018

Blevins Franks Financial Management Ltd, one of the longest-established advisory firms specialising in looking after expatriate British nationals, said it has contacted the Financial Services Compensation Scheme…

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…

Legislative amendments position Jersey as ‘innovative centre of excellence’

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 17 Apr 2018

A series of legislative enhancements approved recently by Jersey’s States Assembly will bolster the jurisdiction’s reputation for globally focused philanthropy and cement its position as a forward-thinking…

OMGI switches manager of its Asian equity funds, post-review

By: Helen Burggraf | 17 Apr 2018

Old Mutual Global Investors said that it is moving the management of its two Asian equity funds, currently managed from Hong Kong, to its global equities desk…

Industry leaders set out vision of hedge fund firm of the future

By: Christopher Copper-Ind | 17 Apr 2018

Some of the top leaders in the global hedge fund industry have put forward their collective vision of the hedge fund firm of the future in a…

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