UK chancellor Philip Hammond has put on hold some significant changes relating to IHT, deemed domicile rules, and life insurance policies due to the snap election in June, that will impact the advice market.
Schroders has launched a US Equity Income Maximiser fund targeting 5% of income a year from the world’s largest stockmarket.
Former BlackRock managing director Joseph Linhares has joined Russell Investments as the new head of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Family office and wealth manager Sandaire has hired former Tilney man Andrew Waldren as its new chief operating officer to oversee its technological integration.
Former Neptune fund manager Felix Wintle has said “everything has changed” in the US as he prepares to formerly open his new fund next week.
Peter Mann, former Skandia UK and Bankhall chief executive, is joining global investment firm Momentum UK as non-executive board director.
Investment manager Tilney is to expand its Bristol office with the appointment of Darren Steadman as a financial planner.
Woodford Investment Management has defended its commitment to struggling stock Allied Minds, claiming the market “overreacted” to its downbeat announcements in March and April.
Analysts have warned the early victory of Emmanuel Macron in the first round of the French presidential election does not spell the end of volatility on the continent despite markets soaring in early Monday trading.
Andrew Jackson has traded in his CIO role at Cairn Capital to become the head of fixed income at Hermes Investment Management.
Investors’ rotation from US equities into eurozone stocks in April was the fifth largest such shift since 1999, according to the latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch fund manager survey.
Wealth group Walker Crips has appointed a new investment manager to head the development of a new base in Berkshire.
Amundi has joined forces with the International Finance Corporation to launch the world’s largest green bond fund dedicated to emerging markets.
Investors face a long wait before seeing double-digit returns in Woodford’s Patient Capital Trust according to analysts after the company revealed a disappointing performance in 2016.
Coram Asset Management plans to shift away from actively managed strategies in favour of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) believing them to offer the most “bang for their buck”.
Brewin Dolphin has added three financial planners to its Cambridge team.
Schroders’ private equity business is set to push through the £20bn mark once its acquisition of Adveq Holding completes.
Coutts has revealed a shake-up of its senior executive team to sharpen its focus on investment management.
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