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Wealth manager Rathbone Brothers has agreed to pay £15m as part of a conditional settlement to end a two-year dispute involving a former director which has already cost it £5m in legal fees.
Rathbones has won the £43m race to buy Jupiter's private client arm and is also to purchase part of Tilney IM"s private client business in a separate £14m deal.
Psigma Investment Management has hired Rathbones investment director Tim Wishart to lead its expansion in Scotland.
Rathbone Brothers' total funds under management rose 22% by the end of 2013 to £22bn, according to latest results.
Rathbone Brothers is reviewing the latest judgement in its ongoing Jersey trust legal dispute after the latest ruling.
Rathbones has seen its funds under management swell to more than £20bn, helped by its recent acquisition in the private client space.
Rathbone Brothers' subsidiary, Rathbone Investment Management, has acquired wealth management firm RM Walkden & Company following a stream of hires.
A marked rise in net fee income in its investment management division helped Rathbone Brothers post a 30% increase in profits in 2011.
Rathbones is preparing to add a third fund to its multi-asset range, to be run by investment director David Coombs.
Rathbones’ David Coombs is adding Japanese stocks to his portfolio in the view its economy will rebound quickly from the aftermath of last week’s devastating earthquake and tsunami.
In the latest Interactive Financial Adviser debate, our panelists from Rathbones and Standard & Poor's discussed the current economic outlook.
With interest rates still at an all-time low and increased confidence in equity markets, the UK equity income sector remains in the spotlight for investors seeking income and the possibility of capital growth.
The first half of 2010 saw a deluge of multi-asset fund launches.
THE BIG QUESTION
Rathbone Unit Trust Management has continued to suffer redemptions from investors over the first half of the year, with the group posting a £41m net outflow.
With the BP crisis and a slowing UK economy further compounding an already delicate situation, investors are nervous.
Bryn Jones, Fund Manager of the Rathbone Ethical Bond Fund, takes a brief look at the current state of play for corporate bonds.
Rathbones' Chief Investment Officer, Julian Chillingworth analyses the current economic trends.
In the wake of this year's Budget, with the UK just out of recession and facing a possible hung parliament, advisers face an uncertain domestic economic outlook.