Less likely to hold onto falling stocks
Investors have shunned UK stocks ever since the country voted to leave the European Union, with more than £1.8bn flowing from the Investment Association's UK All Companies sector in 2017 alone, writes River & Mercantile's Hugh Sergeant.
One of many options being 'kicked around'
New whistleblowing procedures for bank
Begun investigating in April 2017
Will be based in Edinburgh
Due to larger wallet size
Also introduced private client services team
New rules have been announced by the Financial Stability Board (FSB) that propose preventing large banks from being bailed out by the taxpayer.
Standard Life Investments' head of global equities David Cumming has said the group has finally lost patience with banks over bonuses, prompting last week's shock decision to publicly oppose Barclays' remuneration plans.
Direct-to-consumer platform Strawberry Invest has launched today, with an annual platform charge of 0.40% on the first £50,000.
Barclays' pre-tax profits have fallen 26% in Q3 as a drop in trading revenue and its ongoing restructuring programme hit growth.
Barclays' Q1 adjusted pre-tax profit has dropped 25% to £1.8bn after the bank took a £500m hit over its restructuring programme.
The UK's five major banks could see their profits take a significant hit in 2012 as regulatory pressures and a series of recent scandals take their toll, according to KPMG.
The UK's accounting rules are distorting bank profits and leading to confusion over executive pay, some of the country's largest investors have have warned.
Barclays has appointed Rory Tobin, former head of iShares International, to work on reviewing the group's asset management arm.
Jane Wallace reports from our recent fixed income event.
Bank of England policymaker Andy Haldane, has slated ring-fencing proposals for being too weak and said "King Kong" banks should be no larger than $100bn.
Barclays has launched Retail Distribution Review (RDR)-ready share classes on its active and passive funds and discretionary offerings.
Senior bank staff overseeing traders who set LIBOR will need to be formally authorised by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) under new proposals to combat rate rigging, Sky News reports.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) will today suggest scrapping LIBOR and replacing it with a borrowing rate based on actual trades, it has been reported.
Barclays has reported pre-tax profits of £4.2bn for the six months to 30 June but has set aside £450m for swaps redress and revealed its finance director is involved in a fresh investigation by the FSA.
Former Cabinet Secretary Lord O'Donnell has emerged as one of the leading frontrunners to take the role of Barclays chairman.