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Barclays has reported a 15% rise in Q3 profit but also set aside £500m for potential fines relating to manipulation of foreign exchange markets.
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Lloyds Banking Group has hired the former head of discretionary from Barclays' Wealth as part of a rejig of senior personnel within its wealth division.
Prudential has topped the Financial Ombudsman Service's (FOS) list of most complained about pension firms after consumer gripes against the firm were up 2% on the previous half year.
Barclays said today its underlying profits for the first half of the year had fallen 7% after a drop in investment bank revenue, while it also reported another huge bill to compensate PPI customers.
US prosecutors have hit Barclays with fraud charges which claim the British lender lied to investors about its dark pool electronic trading operations.
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D2C Platforms attempting to undercut Hargreaves Lansdown via lower fees have not made "significant enough" reductions to lure clients away, analysts at Barclays have said.
Asset managers are likely to engage in a "fundamental rethink" of their retail strategies as more customers go direct in future, according to analysts at Barclays.
Hargreaves Lansdown has secured what it says is the cheapest share class in the market for Neil Woodford’s new fund, selling the investment star's fund for 60bps.
Barclays will cut 19,000 jobs across the business by the end of 2016 - 14,000 of which will be lost this year - as part of what chief executive Antony Jenkins said was a "bold simplification" of the bank's structure.
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