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Coutts launches multi-currency card in 'world first' 12/12/2016

Sterling falls to new 31-year low 06/07/2016
Sterling plunged to a new low in trading in Asia amid rising worries about the fallout from the UK vote to leave the EU.

The week in review - the most read stories on thewealthnet 01/04/2016
The most read stories on thewealthnet this week.

The week in review - the most read stories on thewealthnet 05/02/2016
Last week on thewealthnet - the biggest stories from wealth management you may have missed.

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

Who is Freddie Pooter? The most controversial columns 2015 23/12/2015

The future for the redback: experts offer their views 21/08/2015
Commentary and analysis on the recent move by the People's Bank of China to lower the renminbi's reference rate to 1.9 percent.

Barclays hit with biggest fine in UK history 21/05/2015
Barclays bank faces a financial penalty of £284,432,000 after the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) found it guilty of failing to control its foreign exchange (FX) business.

RQFII scheme extended to Luxembourg 29/04/2015
The People's Bank of China has granted a 50 billion RMB RQFII quota to Luxembourg. Launched in Hong Kong in 2011, the RQFII (RMB Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor) scheme has been expanded to other jurisdictions since 2013, allowing the reinvestment of offshore RMB into the Mainland securities market.

Julius Baer to mitigate the impact of currency mismatches by cutting jobs and increasing efficiency 04/02/2015
The possible impact of a surging currency on Swiss private banks’ profits is a subject that will occupy analysts and commentators in the months ahead. The reality is that foreign-currency denominated assets account for a significant proportion of client assets at virtually of the big Swiss banks, especially Credit Suisse, Julius Baer and UBS. But most of these banks’ costs are denominated in Swiss francs. This mismatch between costs and revenue earning assets will almost certainly have a malign impact on profitability going forward, unless the Swiss franc’s appreciation is mitigated or reversed.

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