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Sale of Coutts International comes down to four-horse race 26/02/2015
The departure of Rory Tapner as chief executive of Coutts symbolically opens the way for the final process to choose a buyer for its overseas arm, the Swiss-based Coutts International.

Old Mutual completes Quilter Cheviot deal 25/02/2015
Old Mutual has completed its acquisition of UK wealth management firm Quilter Cheviot. The deal was announced last year (see thewealthnet 17/10/2014).

Man Group acquires NewSmith 20/02/2015
Man Group has acquired London-based asset manager NewSmith for an undisclosed sum.

Natixis to acquire Paris based asset manager 20/02/2015

Wealth-X acquires Ledbury Research 19/02/2015
Wealth-X has bolstered its wealth intelligence offering with the acquisition of Ledbury Research.

Long established British private bank goes on the market 18/02/2015
Raphaels Bank, one of the oldest private banks in the UK, is to be sold off.

The week on eprivateclient 16/02/2015
A look back at the stories featured in eprivateclient last week

Swiss private banks agree merger 13/02/2015
Notenstein Private Bank is acquiring La Roche 1787, based in Basle.

Legal & General sells HNW offshore bond business 11/02/2015
Legal & General has sold its offshore bond operation to Great-West Lifeco, parent company of Canada Life.

Have HSBC's Republic National and Safra Republic acquisitions destroyed value? 10/02/2015
thewealthnet is not one of the 50 media outlets around the world that received copies of the thousands of pages of HSBC client data along with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, the Guardian and the BBC from Le Monde, a French newspaper. So it is unable to establish both the nature and provenance of the claims that HSBC helped its Swiss private banking clients to evade tax or launder money. More information will almost certainly come to light in the plethora of legal actions that are either ongoing, or will almost certainly be unleashed as a result of the information contained in the documents.

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