Money Marketing revealed tie-up last month.
The number of hedge fund billionaires increased to seven this year.
With the general election now weeks away, Money Marketing looks at the key election pledges impacting advisers and their clients.
The bank has launched an immediate review of the location of its headquarters.
The fine is the largest ever for Libor and Euribor-related misconduct.
Before 2014 VCT investors could only transfer their holding to a platform after purchase but not buy directly through a platform.
The SLI Emerging Market Debt Unconstrained fund will be run by Richard House and Kieran Curtis.
Minimum investment on Emerging Crowd is £500.
The TOPIX index hits its highest level since November 2007.
Asset manager also sees its assets under management rise by £881m to £4.5bn over the year to 31 March
Neil Woodford’s Woodford Equity Income fund the most in-demand portfolio over the period.
Nearly a half of investors think the election buzz is “all just noise”.
Russell Bignall and Sean Mcguire will be business development directors at the firm.
The news follows the announcement of fund manager Stewart Cowley’s departure.
Asset flows into private banking and wealth management boost performance.
Troubled nation is asking public sector offices to hand over any spare cash to help it meet its debt obligations.
Patient Capital trust oversubscribed by almost 10 per cent.
Independent ratings service will rank 250 passive funds.
The VCT sector raised £429m in the 2014/2015 tax year.
Economy will take uncertainty caused by the general election “in its stride”, the EY ITEM Club says.
Mackay Stewart & Brown will adopt Close Brothers’ brand and relocate to its Edinburgh office.
More data needs to be gathered to identify the systemic problems asset managers may pose.
UK unemployment fell again to 5.6 per cent in the three months to February 2015, down from 6.9 per cent a year earlier.
The IMF has spurned hopes of a delay on Greek debt repayments.
Mobius sanguine on the region despite recent turbulence.
The company saw $70.4bn of long-term net inflows for the first quarter of 2015.
Wealth manager set to be valued at £100m, Money Marketing understands.
Net sales of long-term Ucits funds soared in February, on the back of strong stock market performance and lower interest rates in Europe.
German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble has played down the prospects of progress on Greece’s bailout at talks scheduled for next week.
The Hargreaves Lansdown investor confidence index dropped by 11 per cent this month.
Adviser and investment management firm aims for 50 appointments over 2015.
Charles Stanley said it will focus “entirely” on the wealth management operations.
The Bank of New York Mellon London branch and international division failed to comply with custody rules.
The deal will boost Maitland’s assets by £6.2 billion to more than £140bn
Julian Roberts to step down from the helm after seven years.
The manager saw £883m of net mutual fund flows in Q1.
The world’s largest asset manager has been cloned by fraudsters.
The US banking giant also set aside an extra $109m to cover credit losses.
Co-founder exits firm after 34 years but remains a major shareholder.
Core inflation dropped to nine-year low.