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Ian Hannam has lost his two-year battle against a £450,000 fine imposed by the FCA for market abuse.
Arbuthnot Latham is to sell Gilliat Financial Solutions following the structured product arm's return to profitability.
Ashcourt Rowan chief operating officer Richard Sinclair is to exit and Steve Haines has taken control of risk functions in a restructure of the boardroom
Craig Jamieson is to leave his post in Glasgow to spearhead the firm's push in the south.
The credit crisis, regulation, technology and ethics are changing the face of of wealth management. University professor and ex-Citibank private banker Dr Teodoro Cocca gets his crystal ball out and takes us to 2030.
Bromsgrove-based AFH Financial has seen profit jump to £540,000 following a series of acquisitions.
The financial watchdog has found significant failings in Sipp firms' due diligence procedures.
Financial Services firms could face a steep rise in their levies after the Treasury guaranteed free guidance people in the wake of the dramatic overhaul to pensions.
According to reports, the RBS-owned bank said it issued suitable health warnings on film investment schemes amid growing concerns a number of these products were mis-sold to investors.
Dave Lewis will leave Unilever after 28 years to take up the challenge of turning around the struggling supermarket's fortunes.
The chancellor has promised free advice to millions following the biggest changes to pensions in almost a century.
The cash injection from the serial entrepreneur will fund acquisitions and product development for Webb Capital.
Overall the financial watchdog registered a loss of £29.3 million in the year to 31 March.
Hawskmoor Investment Management is launching a stone-brewed ale these shores have not seen since 1890 in a bid to boost its profile
Brewin Dolphin continues to be backed by a host of star fund managers and there was interesting trading in the stock after it revealed it would take a hit from a failed IT system.
Jupiter's absolute return manager has shorted three of Warren Buffett's favourite stocks in recent months.
A host of sports stars and entertainers are facing a hefty tax bill after warned of 'adverse' impacts from HMRC's crackdown of film investment schemes.
The compensation scheme paid out less to consumers last year but is concerned by 'wrong' Sipp advice, which resulted in a rise in pension claims.
Peter Lawery is to bring the curtain down on a 13-year career with Jupiter's multi-manager team, assuming a new consultancy role with the firm.
The Citywire + rated manager has compared current market conditions to Dizzee Rascal's iconic rap anthem.
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