Investec Has Top-Paid CEO, Lowest Returns

Koseff’s salary and bonus at the nation’s fifth-biggest bank rose 29 percent last year to 3.4 million pounds ($5.3 million), excluding share awards. Standard Bank Group Ltd. (SBK), Africa’s largest lender with a market value almost five


Rothschild buys into Rockefeller wealth business

The coming together of two of the best known business dynasties in the Europe and the United States will give the London-listed Rothschild trust a much sought-after U.S. foothold.


Brewin Dolphin appoints group finance director

Investment manager and financial planner Brewin Dolphin has hired Andrew Westenberger as group finance director, replacing Robin Bayford who is retiring. Until August last year,


Spain's asset management set to change dramatically

The report, coordinated by Óscar García, senior manager capital markets for Spain at Accenture, is based on the results of a survey conducted in the first quarter of 2012 on 33 Spanish asset management companies, collectively representing 65


Assets Rise at Brewin Dolphin‎

Wealth manager Brewin Dolphin saw total funds under management tick back above 25 billion pounds driven by a lift in discretionary funds.


Personal touch for HSBC's rich clients

A customer willing to invest US$1 million (Dh3.6m) will be able to call on the discretionary portfolio manager as HSBC tries to increase its quality of service and improve its retail brand image in the Gulf.


Economic Crisis Brings Insecurity to Wealthy Greeks

An extensive report by The New York Times focuses on the Greek tycoons and their stance towards the economic crisis plaguing Greece and the political uncertainty giving them a headache lately.