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Santander launches private bank
Charlotte Platts will lead the bank's new private banking business.
Citywire Scotland: High prices do not predict crashes
Longview Economics' chief executive and chief market strategist Chris Watling sees valuations as a relatively useless in predicting bull and bear markets.
Bitcoin: Should you invest in the crypto-currency?
So what is the chance the technology will begin to be adopted by the City?
Lyxor slashes fees on 10-strong sector ETF range
Lyxor cut the fee on its ten world sector exchange-traded fund (ETF).
Positioning for a post-election recession
With Thursday’s election looming how are managers positioned to weather what could well be another political storm and its aftermath?
Are regional offices still relevant in the digital age?
So is it really necessary to have regional branches to grow your client base?
Neuberger Berman launches two put writing funds
Neuberger Berman has expanded its alternative suite with the launch of two funds using collateralised index put writing strategies.
Fidelity International’s Rossi to step down as CIO
Fidelity International’s Dominic Rossi is to wind down his role as chief investment officer (CIO) for global equities at over the coming year.
Neptune China manager Turnbull exits
Neptune Investment Management has given Ewan Thompson the reins of its China fund after the exit of Douglas Turnbull.
Why the retail investor is going to lose out with Mifid II
Paul Sedgwick is concerned that the upcoming Mifid II regulation risks squeezing out smaller companies and pushing up prices for the end consumer.