Brooks Macdonald and IG Group scale back staff to cut costs

Two financial services firms cutback staff

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Brooks Macdonald and IG Group have both separately announced cost-saving job cuts this morning (31 October) to “streamline” the businesses.

Investment firm Brooks Macdonald said its job cuts are expected to result in an annualised staff cost reduction of around £4m.  The cost of the changes is forecast to be up to £3m, a non-recurring expense which it intends to exclude from its reported underlying profit.   For its full year 2024 the Brooks Macdonald continues to expect overall costs to grow in mid-single digits, in line with existing market expectations. Andrew Shepherd, CEO of Brooks Macdonald said: "As an ambitious business, we must respond to evolving market dynamics by taking difficult decisions that will regrett...

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