Investment platform True Potential is set to host its inaugural Investment Forum for advisers next month.
Arch cru investors want to know why Capita won't be fined like 27 other firms who they say failed in the same way. Levy paying IFAs should want to know too.
Morgan Stanley has been dubbed 'the new Morgan Sachs' after its equity and bond traders captured market share from rivals over the past quarter.
Chinese stocks may be poised for a rebound over the next one to two months as the economic recovery picks up in the third quarter, according to analysts.
Jim O'Neill, Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management GSAM, gives his inimitable assessment of last Friday's economic news which delivered a number of negatives.
Nick Griffiths, co-head of interest rates and global portfolios at Aberdeen, has been poached by Legal & General Investment Management.
Two of the banking industry's biggest names were paid more than fifteen times their 2009 earnings last year, analysis suggests.
Nathaniel Rothschild emphasised his status as one of the most powerful brokers in the booming commodities market yesterday as he unveiled plans to raise £1bn in just 11 days.
Goldman Sachs received a subpoena from New York prosecutors seeking information on the investment bank's role leading into the global financial crisis, according to reports.
Goldman Sachs has reversed its bearish call on commodities, urging investors to buy as it expects oil will surge to $130 a barrel in the next 12 months.
British businesses are seeing costs rise far more slowly than the headline inflation rate, signalling that price increases are set to return to the Bank of England's target, according to leading economic analysts.
Portugal's caretaker prime minister Jose Socrates has announced he has reached agreement on a bail-out from the EU and the International Monetary Fund.
A Goldman Sachs research note advising investors to take profits in commodities will not have a significant impact on exchange-traded product flows, ETF Securities says.
Goldman Sachs will be referred to the US Department of Justice for allegedly making "misleading and inaccurate" comments to Congress over its role in the financial crisis.
The ONS has denied inflation figures were leaked before the official announcement yesterday morning.
The oil price fell by as much as $3.25 a barrel on Tuesday after the world's biggest commodity trader called the top of the market for crude and a range of other commodities.
Joanne Young looks at the divergent opportunities within the BRIC consortium and the prospects for economies underlying these ETFs
Britain could be forced to contribute more than £3bn to a Portugal bailout package following the Lisbon government's failure to push through its austerity measures on Wednesday.
Goldman Sachs Asset Management has acquired Benchmark Asset Management, the biggest ETF provider in India and issuer of the largest Gold index fund in the country.
Otto Thoresen made a career change this week but who else is moving on?
Goldman Sachs European economist Ben Broadbent will replace Andrew Sentance as external member of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC).
Guy de Blonay has turned over 20% of the £900m Jupiter Financial Opportunities fund, selling out of major Chinese banks and buying into US financials.
A former editor of the Financial Times was today named alongside a professor, a banker and an ex-vice chairman of the Federal Reserve as external members of the interim Financial Policy Committee (FPC).
A group of 700 Keydata SLS investors have raised the hundreds of thousands of pounds needed to escalate a legal case for compensation against the biggest names in global finance.