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Bordier (UK) heralds year of outperformance 27/02/2015
Bordier (UK), formerly known as Berry Asset Management, has reported a year of outperformance across its five core investment strategies, based on figures from Asset Risk Consultants (ARC), a Guernsey-based investment consultancy.

Concerns over 'outsourcing' by advisers to discretionary investment managers leads to new research and due diligence firm 27/02/2015
Frequent use of the term ‘outsourcing’ to describe adviser firms using a discretionary investment management (DIM) service to meet clients’ investment needs is misleading and contributing to widespread confusion in the industry, according to Diminimis, a new research and due diligence service provider for adviser firms.

Monaco arrests after allegations of 'Freeport' fraud in art treasures 27/02/2015
A Swiss multi-millionaire, Yves Bouvier, who runs a business which stores art treasures and luxury goods has been arrested in Monaco on suspicion of fraud.

Calls for guidance-only safeguards for pension advice 27/02/2015
Calls have now been made for the government to introduce a cooling off period to regulate the hasty withdrawal of all funds.

What's the wealth centre which is easing client regulation? 27/02/2015
Dubai is moderating the regulation of wealth management companies operating in its free zone, the Dubai International Financial Centre, in an initiative to help the Gulf centre generate more business from high net worth individuals.

BNP Paribas to extend philanthropy offer to meet growing demand 27/02/2015
BNP Paribas Wealth Management is to extend its Philanthropy services to include US customers this year.

Markets are more bipolar than ever, says Rowan Dartington Signature's Stephens 27/02/2015
The world of equities and bonds currently fit the classic definition of bipolar disorder as a mental state characterised by periods of elevated mood and periods of depression, according to Rowan Dartington Signature's Guy Stephens.

RBS private banking arm ups operating profit but still has litigation and conduct costs 26/02/2015
Royal Bank of Scotland’s private banking division, which covers Coutts and Adam & Co, recorded an operating profit of £150 million 2014 compared with a loss of £61 million in the previous year, although the bank is still grappling with hefty litigation and conduct costs.

RBC Wealth Management reports income fall 26/02/2015
RBC Wealth Management has reported net income of C$230 million for the first quarter of 2015. This represents a year on year decrease of C$5 million or two percent.

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.

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