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The week in wealth management - most read on thewealthnet

08/01/2018 News Team

Tuesday

Andrew Fisher, a former chief executive of both Coutts Group and Towry as well as Cox Insurance Holdings relinquished his non-executive directorship at C. Hoare & Co., the UK’s oldest bank.

Coutts is in dispute with the financial watchdog over a self-invested scheme following the FOS' decision to uphold a complaint.

Wednesday

Smith & Williamson has appointed Nick Murphy as head of charities for its investment management and banking division.

Brewin Dolphin's focus on intermediaries has started to generate big returns, accounting for £60.6 million of the £304 million of total income generated by the firm for the year to 30 September 2017.

Thursday

HSBC Private Banking has further expanded its HNW team, appointing Sam Ward as a senior relationship manager, and making several appointments from within HSBC.

Standard Life's financial planning arm 1825 has entered into an agreement to acquire Cumberland Place Financial Management with assets under advice of circa £400 million.

Friday

Editor at large Ian Orton publishes an alternative UK wealth management ranking by size and financial strength.

Tilney Group has terminated the directorship of Peter Hall, its former chief executive who left in late 2017 to join Permira. 

 

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