SRI fund providers reaffirm commitment following shutdowns

Kames Capital, which continues to offer ethical equity and bond funds, said more distinctive product ranges – for example, those that employ ‘dark green’ ethical screens to appeal to socially conscious investors – were tending to s


End of the road for Riada Stockbrokers

RBS, which is 82 per cent owned by the British government, said yesterday it was cutting up to 300 jobs in its capital markets and cash equities units.


Weil Gotshal secures key client payouts in MF Global case

Weil Gotshal is advising administrator KPMG on the high-profile insolvency proceedings, which kicked off late last year and are the first under the UK’s new ‘special administration’ regime set up last year to protect market stability in


Credit Suisse’s AM Releases Q1 2012 Alternatives Quarterly

Mr. Keitel believes that equity markets are further trending in positive direction due to improved global macroeconomic conditions, stabilizing policy measures taken in Europe, and the European Central Bank’s strong liquidity support for Eurozone ba


Invesco acquires Manchester offices

Bruntwood has sold the building to enable further growth and diversification in its portfolio and this sale is a key part of its growth plans in their core cities.


European hedge fund stars profit in buoyant January

Shrugging off a disappointing 2011, in which the average hedge fund lost around 5 percent according to HFRI, managers profited from gains in most assets as investors bet a solution could be found for the euro zone's deepening debt crisis.


Santander in talks to purchase Polish lender

At a press conference to present Santander's full-year results, Botin didn't elaborate on the negotiations, nor did he disclose the name of bank that could be purchased.