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UK funds experience largest ever outflow with loss of £852 million 29/10/2014
UK All Companies funds witnessed their largest ever outflow in September 2014, according to the IMA, with a total of £852 million 'flying' out of the sector over the course of the month.

European listed ETFs and ETPs gained record net new assets in Q3 - research 07/10/2014
Independent research and consultancy firm, ETFGI, has found that exchange traded funds (ETFs) and exchange traded products (ETPs) listed in Europe gathered a record $47.4 billion in net new assets through the end of the third quarter in 2014.

Banque Havilland acquires Liechtenstein private bank 06/10/2014
Banque Havilland S.A. has acquired a majority stake from Banque Pasche Private Banking business in their Liechtenstein subsidiary.

Societe Generale expands private banking offering in Croatia as it sells Asian business 06/10/2014
Splitska Banka, the subsidiary of the Societe Generale group in Croatia, is expanding its private banking offering for top-tier wealth management clients.

Two regional US wealth advisory firms merge 03/10/2014
Independent Cincinnati-based advisory practices Kisker & Associates and Robert Leshner & Associates have integrated practices to form Kisker, Leshner & Associates.

Brewin Dolphin closes Brighton office 02/10/2014
Private client wealth managers Brewin Dolphin has closed its Brighton branch in the latest stage of branch network consolidation plans.

London–based tax efficient investment specialist plans to reach £5bn AUM by 2015 29/09/2014
London-based Octopus Investments (Octopus), a tax efficient investment specialist plans to reach £5 billion of assets under management (AUM) by April 2015.

50 not out – Warwick Newbury of SGPB Hambros celebrates half a century in private banking 12/08/2014
Not everything that began in 1964 has stood the test of time. Match of the Day may still grace UK TV screens and Paul McCartney is touring America half a century after the Beatles’ first US visit, but pirate radio station Radio Caroline did not even see the 1960s out and the US Airforce retired the Lockheed SR-71 "Blackbird” in 1999.

Hedge fund transparency biggest issue for investors - Deutsche Bank survey 17/06/2014

The Right Honourable Gordon Brown MP: millionaire earner 11/04/2014
He may, on his own admission at least, have saved the global banking system, back in the dark days of 2008 and 2009. But most UK citizens, tax experts and the recipients of his largesse notwithstanding, would almost certainly consider the Right Honourable Gordon Brown MP, Ph. D. and MA (Hons) to be one of the worst Chancellors of the Exchequer (Finance Minister) and British Prime Ministers in living memory, not least as a consequence of the government spending profligacy he oversaw in both offices between 1997 and 2010.

 
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