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Charles Stanley partners with largest European fund platform 12/02/2016
Wealth manager Charles Stanley has chosen European mutual fund platform Allfunds as its funds platform provider.

Bordier & Cie launches 'ideas lab' 12/02/2016
Bordier & Cie has created Bordier FinLab SA to find innovative solutions via traditional & non- traditional investment funds, private equity and complex structured products.

Which European wealth manager has gone unscathed from bank share carnage? 12/02/2016
There is one wealth management exception to the recent poor performance of bank shares, writes Ian Orton.

Michael Morley - Have CV, will travel? 12/02/2016
If private banking had a George Cross or Croix la Guerre, then it definitely should be awarded to Michael Morley. Like some stalwart out of the siege of Ladysmith, Michael has defiantly held the fort at Coutts while the massed attacks of RBS bean-counters caused such devastation at 440 Strand. Some real talent has been leaving in droves in the last year. Even the atrium Koi Carp were in a complete funk at one stage after being put on short rations of fish-food. Happily, the siege has been broken by a brave Australian, Peter Flavel, who is departing from JP Morgan’s wealth business in Asia to head both Coutts and Adam & Co. Sadly, Michael will be leaving the bank, as of May when he hands over to Peter, whom pals will recall built up the private banking business of Standard Chartered via a clever deal to buy the wealth side of American Express.

Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management Q3 results – a tale of two regions 12/02/2016
Canaccord Genuity reported worldwide revenue from its wealth management business of $61.8 million for its third quarter of 2016 ended 31 December 2015. Assets under administration totalled $34.4 billion at the end of the period.

Funds round up: Novia, Deutsche Bank, BMO and more 12/02/2016
The weekly round up of funds news.

Pictet reports rise in AUM but profit drop 12/02/2016
Pictet Group has seen assets under management or custody amount to CHF 437 billion at 31 December 2015, up CHF 2 billion from 1 January 2015).

GAM group chief economist to lead MAP solutions 12/02/2016
Larry Hatheway, GAM's group chief economist takes over leadership of the multi-asset portfolio solutions business.

Former Swiss head of Canaccord Genuity launches boutique 12/02/2016
Glenn Coxon, the former Swiss head of Collins Stewart and Canaccord Genuity in Switzerland has founded a new venture.

Swiss bankers criticise 'Too Big to Fail' rules 12/02/2016

 
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