Need to better understand their investment goals
Investing in new systems crucial
Paying for investment advice
Adds 27 staff to London office
New service launching next year
Combined business to be called Kleinwort Hambros
Alex Schlich, senior fund manager in the UK equity team at Sanlam FOUR, believes seven years after the crash, RBS is once again a bank worth investing in
Boost for private client team
The first new private bank in the UK for over thirty years has officially launched, after gaining approval from regulators.
HSBC's chairman has said the bank "deeply regrets" the "unacceptable" practices within its Swiss private bank which allowed clients to avoid tax, and plans to sell off parts of the business following disappointing 2014 results.
Smith & Williamson posted record profits for the six months to 31 October last year, helped by the performance of its investment management division.
Investor sentiment warmed towards Japanese equities and gold in January, while attitudes to most other asset classes declined, a Lloyds Private Bank survey has revealed.
HSBC Private Bank's Roberto Islas has joined Bordier to lead its new international desk.
David Muncaster has joined specialist asset manager Bordier (UK) to lead its commercial activities.
Brown Shipley is seeking to take on more staff and may look to make acquisitions after strong growth for the business in 2013.
Lloyds Banking Group is to cut over 1,000 jobs nationwide, with its wealth division among those facing significant cuts, according to the Unite union.
Private bank Brown Shipley has made two promotions within in its London office, as part of a move to engage more with clients from the worlds of sport and media.
Lloyds Banking Group is to sell its loss-making international private banking business to Swiss bank Union Bancaire Privée (UBP).
A private client adviser at wealth firm HFM Columbus Asset Management has been charged with the murder of a wealthy socialite, according to reports.
Schroders has revealed its pre-tax profits fell 11% over the year to 31 December 2012, largely due to a slump in profits in the private banking arm.
Credit Suisse is to combine its private banking and asset management divisions to create a wealth management arm.
Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg have lurched into different directions over the timetable and rate of a levy on Britain's banks.