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The week on eprivateclient - KPMG, Ogier, RBC and more 16/11/2015
A look at some of the top stories ion eprivateclient last week

Manx government initiative sets sights on foreign and domestic banks 29/10/2015
The Isle of Man is targeting new and existing banks in an ambitious initiative which aims to boost its global presence and bring about a renaissance of what was once its primary economic driver.

Trade body calls for clarity over key themes in MiFID II 30/09/2015
TISA, a financial services membership organisation, has called for greater clarity and understanding around the issues of appropriateness and product governance in MiFID II, ahead of the FCA Consultation Paper in December.

(Yet) Another perspective on the UK's biggest private banks 21/08/2015

Cayman Islands 'confident' of receiving AIFMD passport 19/08/2015
Representatives from the Cayman Islands have said they are "confident" of the jurisdiction being granted a passport under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD).

One week left to nominate for eprivateclient's Top 35 Under 35 - join firms including EY, Farrer, BDO and Taylor Wessing 31/07/2015

Let us worship at private banking and wealth management's Tower of Babel 24/07/2015
Analysis of Credit Suisse's Q2 results

Pay skyrockets as firms vie for compliance professionals 21/07/2015
An era of increased regulation has boosted compliance pay significantly.

Four weeks left to nominate for eprivateclient's Top 35 Under 35 - join firms including Rawlinson & Hunter and McDermott, Will & Emery 10/07/2015
Nominations for thewealthnet's sister publication eprivateclient's annual Top 35 Under 35, the definitive annual list of young private client practitioners, remain open

Swiss advisory board lays out plans at first meeting 11/06/2015
The Swiss Federal Council's newly appointed advisory board, led by professor Avmo Brunetti, has held its first meeting which noted improvements to be made to the Federal Department of Finance.

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