UBS Wealth Management has appointed Alison Lander as a director in its Newcastle office. Ms Lander joins UBS following 20 years at Coutts.
Editor at large, Ian Orton took a look at the differing views of Albert Edwards, Societe Generale’s global strategist, and Kleinwort Hambros.
Pictet plans to add up to 300 advisers in its wealth and asset management businesses this year.
C. Hoare & Co., the UK’s oldest bank, has appointed Steven Cooper, its new chief executive, to its board of directors according to a recent filing at Companies House.
Nutmeg, the UK’s pioneering digital wealth management firm, has secured another £45 million of capital from a funding co-lead by Goldman Sachs and Convoy, a Hong Kong-based financial advisory firm.
Brewin Dolphin has reported total income for its first quarter, ended 31 December 2018, of £77.7 million, a decrease of 1.6 percent over the quarter.
Arden Partners is looking to its new wealth management business to improve its fortunes, after a difficult year for the stockbroker which saw it post a £2.8 million loss against revenue which fell 30 percent to £7.4 million.
Both St. James's Place and Brooks Macdonald suffered at the end of 2018.
As wealth management firms start to report their full year 2018 results, Ian Orton looked at which firm was the largest at the end of 2018.
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