Just over £6.5m raised for new venture
He dropped his Upper Tribunal case
In the latest of a new series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to Seneca's Peter Elston.
SIPP claims predicted to rise
Lloyds faces biggest fines
Savings made across the board
Follows departures of high profile 'star managers'
"I am not worried about the tax, it is not like it was my money in the first place. I will pay the tax and then buy a flat in Tenerife, which will keep me going for my retirement".
FCA announced review last August
Tough period for financial firms
'Substantial' improvements needed
Not providing value for money
Wealth manager agrees to buy Midlands firm
A major review into consumer access to the financial advice market has been launched by HM Treasury and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Charles Stanley saw total funds under management and administration increase from £20.1bn to £20.8bn for the year to the end of June.
Hargreaves Lansdown has agreed to acquire £370m of assets from J.P. Morgan Asset Management for an undisclosed amount, as the latter ceases to offer certain direct investments to individual clients.
UK wealth management firms would see more benefit from an interest rate rise than any other companies in the financial sector, according to research from Liberum Capital.
Bulking up and diversifying out
Another person has been jailed for his role in running a "subtle and cruel" unauthorised collective investment scheme (UCIS) which lost investors a total of £4.3m.
The Investment Association (IA) has reopened discussions with members over how to reorganise its sector classification system after an initial consultation proved inconclusive.
Some of the UK's largest asset management firms are preparing to quit their London bases if the country votes to leave the European Union, according to reports.
The Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) former director of supervision is joining the board of J.P. Morgan's international private bank as a non-executive director.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published a paper clarifying its stance on how advisers will be held liable when dealing with insistent clients.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has looked east for its new head of enforcement, bringing in the man who currently heads up the same division for the Hong Kong regulator.