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UBP's net earnings increase by almost nine percent 08:01 GMT
Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) has seen its net earnings reach CHF 165 million, a year-on-year increase of 8.6 percent. Gross earnings were up 17 percent to CHF 255 million.

Fee income rise offset by commission income drop due to volatile markets, says Brewin Dolphin 08:01 GMT
Brewin Dolphin has reported total income of £70.2 millon, in an interim statement covering its first quarter, ended 31 December 2014. This represents a year on year increase of one percent.

Two family offices set global alliance 27/01/2015
Two family wealth advisory groups have established an alliance to broaden their capability to serve wealthy families from all over the world.

Defaqto and IFP partnership offers new resources for financial advisers 27/01/2015
Defaqto, an independent researcher of financial products, has joined forces with the Institute of Financial Planning (IFP).

Succession acquires firm for £3m 27/01/2015
UK wealth management advisory brand Succession Group has completed its 12th acquisition, buying Reading-based Finch Financial Services LLP (Finch) for a total consideration of £3million,

Brooks Macdonald increases discretionary funds under management 27/01/2015
Brooks Macdonald Group has reported discretionary funds under management (FUM) of £6.953 billion at 31 December 2014.

UK wealth management and pensions firm increases revenue and plans more acquisitions 27/01/2015
UK wealth manager and pensions firm Mattioli Woods has reported revenue for the first half of its financial year of £16.59 million, a year on year increase of 23.4 percent.

Paris-based asset manager targets international expansion with London hire 27/01/2015

Saxo Bank says could suffer Swiss franc trading losses of more than $100 million 26/01/2015
Saxo Bank, the Danish lender which specialises in interest rate and currency hedging brokerage on margin, faces potential losses of more than $107 million following the Swiss central bank's decision to allow its currency to float freely against the euro.

Changing Rothschild family values 26/01/2015
Male members of the dynasty established by Mayer Amschel Rothschild are still very active in banking and finance. Think Lord Rothschild and his son Nathaniel or Benjamin Rothschild. But female members of the family are conspicuous by their absence, at least when it comes to being involved with the “core” family business.

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