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Stuart Gregory: Under pressure

I like to help people. I can’t help myself, it is ingrained in me – initially from my parents, and then corporate training from the high street banks in my early career. Sometimes however, working in the financial services industry can be, how can I put this nicely, taxing. I am constantly surprised by a […]

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To help you to keep up with the fundamentals of tax, retirement and financial planning, try answering these questions.

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Towergate Financial rebrands as Wren Sterling

Towergate Financial has rebranded to Wren Sterling following a management buyout. The new name will cover Towergate’s 110-strong adviser business. Mortgage broker John Charcol is expected to retain its existing identity. Palatine Private Equity completed a £14m deal in support of last month’s management buyout, backing Towergate Financial chief executive Warren Page to lead the […]

Harris Associates' view on the UK’s vote to leave the EU

By David Herro, Partner, Deputy Chairman, Portfolio Manager and Chief Investment Officer of International Equity at Harris Associates Britain’s vote to exit the European Union has led to significant uncertainty across global markets. We believe market impact of this uncertainty, though severe, is more of a shorter-term phenomenon which will provide an opportunity for long-term […]

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