Rathbones confirmed it is in talks to acquire Glasgow-based Speirs & Jeffrey.
International editor John Evans set out JP Morgan's plans to hire private banking personnel at home and abroad.
Editor at large Ian Orton looked at how Lloyds appears to have walked away from the private banking and wealth management sector.
Former Unigestion marketing head Jean-Francois Hirschel launched a consultancy firm based in Geneva.
Scandal-hit Danske Bank announced that its wealth management head, Tonny Thierry Andersen, is to leave the bank.
Leek United Building Society appointed former Coutts executive Andrew Morris as its new finance director.
London-based Blu Family Office appointed Nick Rees as chief executive.
Coutts officially launched its networking platform Coutts Connect following a six month trial period.
thewealthnet assessed how easy it is to launch and grow a UK private client discretionary mangement firm.
Freddie Pooter reported on a wealth adviser who bit an out-of-control dog.
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