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Brexit banter and baby talk: The Wells Street Journal

A weekly account of the curious goings-on in the world of financial services Aim your punches at Brexit If any Money Marketing readers are looking to take out their political frustrations, WSJ can offer a fantastic suggestion. It has been heard that “Brexfit” classes are on offer at Gymbox in London, where workers can switch […]

Clone groans and Budget gags: The Wells Street Journal

A weekly account of the curious goings-on in the world of financial services Company clone groan WSJ thinks that if anyone is going to go to the effort of cloning a financial services firm, the absolute least they could do is get their spelling right. Last week, the FCA raised an alert over a clone […]

Top rip-offs and sympathy for teachers: The Wells Street Journal

A weekly account of the curious goings-on in the world of financial services from Money Marketing’s diary page on Wells Street Who grinds your gears? This week, Money Marketing columnist Paul Lewis took to Twitter, asking his followers to reveal who they feel rips them off the most. Lewis encouraged Tweeters to contain their frustrations […]

To fee or not to fee?: The Wells Street Journal

A weekly account of the curious goings-on in the world of financial services from Money Marketing’s diary page Green with envy While scouring through the MPs’ Register of Interests last week, one WSJ correspondent took to reading the fine print of Treasury committee member John Mann’s file. Among the list of international trips undertaken by […]

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Pension-less pop stars and crypto petrol: The Wells Street Journal

A weekly account of the curious goings-on in the world of financial services from Money Marketing’s diary page Do I make you risky baby? Financial comparison website Boring Money quoted some unusual findings from a 2013 study ahead of its recent annual conference which have caught WSJ’s attention on Twitter. It would seem that women […]

Inside Fundsmith’s new investment trust

Last month, star manager Terry Smith announced he was throwing £25m of his own money behind a new investment trust, Smithson. Ahead of its launch, Money Marketing editor Justin Cash sat down with Simon Barnard and Will Morgan, the fund’s managers, to talk strategy, as well as their thoughts on some of the hottest topics […]