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Profile: Newscape's odd couple on their complementary contrasts
Professional partnerships are frequently built on a shared worldview.
Why don’t high net worth investors trust robo-advice?
The number of robo-advisers has increased exponentially since 2015, but a recent survey has suggested they are failing to attract high net worth (HNW) individuals.
Regulator raises 'significant concern' on Deutsche's Brexit status
Bank of England voice ‘significant concern’ about Deutsche Bank’s UK authorisation following Brexit
Six major banks team up to launch bitcoin rival
Six of the world’s biggest banks have banded together in a project to create a new digital currency to rival bitcoin.
Aviva Investors creates key role in multi-asset reshuffle
Aviva Investors has hired Santander's Sunil Krishnan as head of multi-asset funds as senior fund manager Nick Samouilhan exits.
How to play Japan’s export growth
The European Union and Japan’s agreement to together create the largest free-trade area in the world could herald new opportunities for Japanese exporters.
Five questions fund managers hate
Lazard UK equity fund boss Alan Custis surveyed the 144 fund managers in his firm to find out the investor questions that can leave them stumped.
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?