Also spent five years at Investec AM
Too much fragmentation in wealth management
Overweight UK equities
With volatility returning to markets and inflation on the rise, can newer asset classes offer more protection for investor wealth?
Joining private client team
Impact on fixed income space
M&A activity and senior appointments
Committed £80m to digital and wealth propositions
EU trade is no major halting block for pound
2016 PAM directory data
MacIntyre to join in January 2016
Multi-asset ETPs in focus
Coutts & Co has hired former St James's Place chief executive Mark Lund as a non-executive director.
Swiss private bank Union Bancaire Privée (UBP) has agreed a deal to buy the international arm of Coutts from the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Investec is understood to be the latest financial services group considering a bid for Coutts International.
Signia Wealth's CEO and co-founder Nathalie Dauriac-Stoebe has resigned, following a string of departures from the group.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has lined up ten bidders for Coutts International as part of a pre-Christmas auction of the business, according to reports.
Italian bank Intesa SanPaolo is reportedly considering a bid for wealth manager Coutts International as part of its UK expansion plans.
Coutts has put aside £110m to compensate clients who may have been sold unsuitable investments over the past 60 years.
Analysts at Numis have compared charges from the likes of Barclays, Brewin, Coutts and Rathbones to investigate how industry fees stack up against platforms' newly-unveiled clean prices.
European Wealth Management's investment strategist Richard Stammers talks to Alasdair Pal about contrarian investing, how he views the UK market and the problems of accessing commodities.
Investors' desperate search for income continues as rumours abound of the possibility of negative interest rates and bond yields remain at record low levels.
Dan Saxby has joined Arbuthnot Latham & Co as a director of private banking.