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UK equity income funds recorded their best month on record in April as the ongoing demand for income solutions saw them rake in hundreds of millions of pounds.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Barclays £26m for gold price fixing.
Ex-Jupiter manager Philip Gibbs has criticised his former employer in a public outburst at the company's annual general meeting, according to reports.
Credit Suisse is to pay fines of $2.6bn (£1.6bn) after pleading guilty to helping US clients evade tax.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said it will not issue further guidance on inducements, despite growing calls to do so from fund groups.
Old Mutual Wealth reported a more than doubling of net flows in the first quarter of 2014, buoyed by its WealthSelect fund panel.
An independent Scotland would face a "capital flight" if it did not retain the pound, according to analysts at Deutsche Bank.
Cofunds is set to list Neil Woodford's equity income fund next month, but will not offer advisers access to the manager's discounted share class.
Schroders has promoted global head of equities Peter Harrison to the vacant position of head of investment.
Platform Nucleus saw its assets under administration jump 37% in 2013 to £6.2bn, with gross inflows up 26% to £1.7bn, driving a sharp climb in profitability.