A look at what caught readers' attention on thewealthnet this week.
Brewin Dolphin hired seven people into its Glasgow office, a location showing strong growth according to the firm.
Kleinwort Hambros made two senior appointments at regional offices in the UK, as it aims to increase its depth of service.
Ian Orton asked why some firms have been so slow on the update when it comes to ESG investing.
JP Morgan International has a new chief executive, as the business line shakes up its senior management.
Mark Rushton, the chief investment officer of Walker Crips, is leaving the business.
We took a look at the full team behind the new private client business Vermeer Holdings, chaired by the renowned Michael Kerr-Dineen.
Barclays announced it would shift £166 million in private banking and other assets to Ireland, as it prepares for Brexit.
Freddie Pooter mused over whether some of London’s top gentleman’s clubs could have a future in private banking.
Schroders Wealth Management swooped in to buy a Singapore asset manager, as it grows its base in Asia.
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