Shamik Dhar is to become chief economist at the Foreign Office.
Bruno Schroder and Angus Tulloch are amongst senior industry figures to make personal donations to either side of the campaign around Scottish independence.
Two members of the Bank of England monetary policy committee broke ranks and voted for an interest rate hike, minutes from this month’s meeting show.
Standard Chartered has been banned from dealing in US dollars with some clients following its $300m settlement with US regulators for poor action on money laundering.
Business Secretary Vince Cable and his advisors considered the sale of the remaining 30 per cent stake following its listing five months prior.
Elsewhere duration trimmed by 0.1 years.
Scotland’s first minister remained adamant that sharing the pound in a formal currency union with the UK is still the “best” long-term option for the independent country.
Pound has been with Jupiter since 1995 and is currently co-manager of the Jupiter Primadona Growth trust as well as a manager of the UK equity segment of the Jupiter Global Managed fund.
Consumer Prices Index fell from 1.9% in June.
The latest allegations relate to failures to spot potentially illegal payments as a result of failings in its anti-money laundering checks.
Case which is yet to proceed to trial after cuts to legal aid has cost the regulator £2.5m.
Nigel Holland’s fund was merged into a trust earlier this year.
European dividends shot up in the second quarter, pushing global dividends to record highs, Henderson Global Investors research shows.
ARC Capital Holdings has confirmed it is seeking damages of RMB480m (£48m) from the former manager of the $135m (£82m) ARC Capital trust.
Hargreaves Lansdown feels it will be increasingly difficult for managers to add value.
GDP increased 0.8 per cent over the second quarter.
Bowles stepped down from her role as MEP and chair of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee back in May 2014.
Tracy Smith is currently on gardening leave.
Lenders are in talks around the details of the John Vickers-proposed regime which requires banks to separate retail business and investment banking arm.
Christophe Coquema has been appointed at Laurent Seyer’s replacement.
View on Europe has gone from small overweight to small underweight.
The insurer says the deal will further diversify its investment portfolio.
However confidence in UK property continues to slide.
Zurich has announced plans to include investment trusts within its fund watch list.
Carney admits uncertainty around currency could raise stability issues.
Bill Newton and Andrew Powell join as stockbrokers
Stephen Foster replaces Nigel Hill who stepped down as CEO back at the end of October last year.
Drop in AUM began day after Yousefian left the firm.
Platform provider FNZ chief operating officer David Page has left the firm following a management restructure.
The fund will be merged with the Schroder QEP Global Core fund.
Included in the Baring departures is head of multi-asset Percival Stanion.
Preliminary charge for intermediaries waived.
Chief executive officer Keith Skeoch says the firm’s progress marks SLI as “one of the leading asset managers.”
James Brooks will assume role of business distribution director.
UK unemployment rate now 6.4 per cent.
Economy suffers worst contraction since 2011 tsunami disaster.
Fund will be managed the same way as $495m Schroder QEP Global Emerging Markets fund.
Insurer believes it can lobby more effectively on its own.
Bischoff replaces Tom Hoppe, whose tenure as chairman expires at the end of the year.
Jean Boivin was deputy to Mark Carney when they both worked at the Bank of Canada in 2009.