Paul Feeney, chief executive of Old Mutual Wealth Management, said the firm is aiming to become the number one wealth manager in the UK, following its merger with Skandia.
In this Perspective Ruth Lea, Economic Adviser to the Arbuthnot Banking Group, discusses the October IMF forecasts, especially with reference to the UK, and the latest developments in the Eurozone.
For those with very long memories it is also the 105th anniversary of the 1907 Panic when the gloriously named Knickerbocker Trust collapsed, along with a run on the banks which was finally halted by the famed John Pierpont Morgan (or JP Morgan to you and
Following the news that Standard & Poor’s has cut Spain’s credit rating from BBB+ to BBB-, Keith Wade, Chief Economist at Schroders shares his view on the country and whether it is heading down the same path as Greece.
According to his experience, within the European smaller company universe there are a number of ‘hidden champions’ which are market leaders in their field, but generally unknown and under-researched by many analysts due to their small market c
Big firms now look at how close they are to their most important markets. 'And in a small country like the Netherlands, you are less well positioned,' Van Breukelen said.
On this, shareholders and corporate issuers can agree: executive compensation will continue to be the top priority for the next proxy season, according to a new survey by leading advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services.
In 2013-2014, regional heavyweights Russia and Poland will continue to cope with the international crisis better than many other countries in Eastern (including Central) Europe, especially central and southern portions of the region, where several economi
While arguments about taxing the rich, cutting benefits and boosting demand in the economy continue, with the party conference season coming to an end eyes are beginning to turn towards the Autumn Statement which will be given by the Chancellor of the Exc
What has seemed most unfair has been that those who have correctly “played by the rules” by saving conscientiously, paying down debts and spending reasonably, have been the ones that have suffered the most over the past few years.