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The week in review - the most read stories on thewealthnet 14:49 GMT
Last week on thewealthnet - the biggest stories from wealth management you may have missed.

Liechtenstein-based private bank predicts income increase 04/02/2016
Liechtenstein-based VP Bank Group has said it expects to report net income of CHF 64 million for 2015.

Credit Suisse reports private banking annual profit decrease and Q4 loss 04/02/2016
Credit Suisse’s private banking business reported a fourth quarter 2015 pre-tax loss and full year profit decrease.

Hargreaves Lansdown 'still most popular with investors' 03/02/2016
"Against a backdrop of fluctuating stock markets, Hargreaves Lansdown has continued to be the most popular destination for UK retail investors, with excellent new business for the period. In particular the pension freedoms continue to attract huge interest as we prepare for the important tax year-end period," commented chief executive Ian Gorham.

UBP boosts assets under management after Coutts deal 02/02/2016

UBS Wealth Management reports 2015 profit increase 02/02/2016
UBS Wealth Management has reported pre-tax profit of CHF 2.7 billion for the full year 2015.

Julius Baer results hit by DOJ settlement 01/02/2016

PAM Insight's 50 Most Influential reception in photos 01/02/2016
Pictures from the champagne reception sponsored by Deloitte

DeAWM reports Q4 revenue increase 28/01/2016

RBS makes £498 million goodwill impairment charge on private banking activities 27/01/2016

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