Aldermore and Shawbrook look set to break into the FTSE 250 just weeks after floating as challenger banks take the fight to their high-street rivals. On 2 June, the FTSE Group will begin conducting its quarterly review of the 250 index – the 101st to 350th largest companies listed on the stock exchange – to […]
Former Deutsche Bank trader Christian Bitter has filed a court case against the FCA after it fined the bank £227m. In April Deutsche Bank was fined a total of £1.7bn by international regulators for manipulating Libor and Euribor. According to Bloomberg, Bitter claims the FCA improperly identified him in a report accompanying the Deutsche Bank […]
Tilney Bestinvest has recorded £17.7m in pre-tax profits for the 12 months to December 2014 on a pro forma basis, the newly-merged company reported today. The combined Tilney Bestinvest business, which merged in August 2014, currently has £9bn in assets under management, up 76 per cent from the £5.1bn Bestinvest held at the end of […]
An investigation into expanding the remit of Government-backed guidance service Pension Wise to all working people has cast further doubt over the future of the Money Advice Service. Prime Minister David Cameron confirmed this week that Ros Altmann, the Government’s older workers’ tsar, would be made a peer and handed the role of minister responsible […]
Walter Price, senior portfolio manager, Allianz Global Investors, discusses the aim and objective of the trust, how companies may benefit from cloud computing, why you should choose to invest in a technology fund and the potential implications of the Trump presidency.
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