Family offices looking to grow wealth

Family offices would benefit from taking a three-pronged approach to managing their assets if they want to grow wealth in the current risky economic climate, according to investment manager Stefan Angele.


Archbishop queries bankers' bonuses

Writing in the Yorkshire Post, the archbishop said the UK needs a "sustainable steady economy in which the emphasis is placed on greater equality".


Advisers set to face GBP40m in levy next year

The extra payments have gone to clients who lost out when a handful of investment companies collapsed, causing a deficit in the FSCS’s investment intermediation sub-class.


Failed broker's client positions in hand: KPMG

KPMG also said in an emailed statement on Friday it had recovered about 600 million pounds ($929 million) of client monies from exchanges and clearing houses, and 200 million of MF Global's cash.


UK money manager sees profit jump 50pc

In that period, Henderson bought its ailing rival Gartmore in an all-share deal valued at £335m. Gartmore had been beset with crises thanks to the controversial trading activities of one of its fund managers.


PE firms looking to hire in growth areas

Shrinking fund sizes, crisis in the euro zone and hopes for emerging markets growth are all redrawing the global private equity map, determining the locations and sectors in which buyout firms hire and fire staff.


How damaging is our bonus culture?

It is the sort of idea that animated those forerunners of the Occupy movement, the Diggers encamped in 1649 on St George's Hill in Weybridge in Surrey.


Thames River to close GBP3m portfolio

The firm said it had decided to close the strategy, which invested across a range of collectives across asset classes, as it has not managed to attract enough assets to keep it profitable.