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UK’s JH&P launches wealth management service for American clients

By: Helen Burggraf | 20 Sep 2017

James Hambro & Partners, the London-based wealth management boutique spun off in 2010 from the JO Hambro Capital Management group, has unveiled a new investment management service…

AllianceBernstein in UK distribution deal with Raymond James

By: Mona Dohle | 19 Sep 2017

AllianceBernstein, a NYSE-listed US asset manager in which French insurance giant AXA holds a controlling stake, has announced a new distribution agreement with the British arm of Raymond…

Jersey law firm Baker & Partners announces launch of US affiliate

By: Helen Burggraf | 18 Sep 2017

Baker & Partners, a St  Helier, Jersey-based law firm which specialises in litigation and dispute resolution, has unveiled a new, Washington, DC-based affiliate, headed up by a…

BlackRock names new heads for Americas biz, alternatives, EMEA and European ETF ops

By: International Investment Staff | 18 Sep 2017

BlackRock, the US fund management giant, has named new heads for its alternatives business and ETF operations in US and Europe, and shuffled a number of other roles…

Keppler transfers Sicav fund platform to Universal Investment

By: Ridhima Sharma | 15 Sep 2017

Keppler Asset Management, the New York asset manager, transfers its Sicav fund platform Global Advantage funds with its two flagship sub-funds with total assets of €170m to…

Dept of Justice targets Swiss Life over ‘tax evasion’ by US clients

By: Eugene Costello | 15 Sep 2017

Swiss Life could face possible fines in the US after it was approached by the Department of Justice (DOJ) over its cross­ border business with US clients,…

US giant Vanguard launches low-cost active bond fund in the UK

By: Adrien Paredes-Vanheule | 14 Sep 2017

US asset management giant Vanguard has launched its first low-cost and actively managed global credit bond strategy in the UK. The Vanguard Global Credit Bond fund will…

Jamie Dimon adds to cryptocurrencies’ recent woes

By: Helen Burggraf | 13 Sep 2017

Cryptocurrencies took another hit on Tuesday and Wednesday, after a Chinese over-the-counter cryptocurrency trading service announced that it would suspend over-the-counter bitcoin and bitcoin cash trading services…

US political parties, other overseas groups ramp up resi-based tax campaign

By: Helen Burggraf | 13 Sep 2017

As lawmakers in Washington debate what President Trump’s promised tax reforms should look like, various organisations representing expatriate Americans are ramping up their campaigns aimed at replacing…

Europe’s banks paid ‘disproportionate fines’ to US regulator: report

By: Helen Burggraf | 12 Sep 2017

Europe’s banks have paid a disproportionate share of the fines levied by the United States’ regulators, “with the average fine for European banks being ten times the…

‘Drop in confidence’ cited as latest GFCI ranking published

By: Helen Burggraf | 11 Sep 2017

There has been an “overall drop in confidence” among the world’s top financial centres over the past six months, although in terms of points, Brexit-battered London only…

New York State regulator fines, closes US outpost of Pakistan’s Habib Bank for compliance failures

By: Helen Burggraf | 11 Sep 2017

The banking regulator for the US State of New York has fined the US outpost of Pakistan’s largest bank US$225m (£170m, €187m) and ordered it to surrender…

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