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    1. September 8, 2014

      Schroders ‘disappointed’ at Dean departure

      Schroders has said it is “disappointed” by the departure of Julie Dean, the longstanding manager of the group’s UK...

    2. June 1, 2014

      Breakneck business-cycle fix for Schroders

      Up-and-coming investment manager James Sym has retained just five stocks in a breakneck overhaul of Schroders’ £1bn European...

    1. March 6, 2014

      Schroders shares jump as results beat expectations

      Shares in Schroders jumped after the UK’s second-biggest listed asset management group sharply raised its dividend and...

    2. April 19, 2013

      ‘Most consistent’ UK fund managers

      Georgina Brittain of JPMorgan, Julie Dean of Cazenove and Jane Andrews of Smith & Williamson are among the UK’s most...

    3. April 1, 2013

      Week in review, March 30

      A round-up of some of the week’s most significant corporate events and news stories. Corporate person in the news: Tidjane...

    4. March 25, 2013

      Schroders in £424m deal to buy Cazenove

      Conservative, cautious, stable. Three words that until Monday summed up Britain’s biggest and one of its oldest asset...

    5. March 25, 2013

      Lombard: Dobson’s choice

      Schroders is buying Cazenove Capital, a private bank and wealth manager, for a thrifty £424m in cash and deferred share...

    6. April 11, 2012

      Prudential Regulatory Authority selects HQ

      One of the hubs of City deal-making from the past decade is to become the power base for the new financial services...

    7. April 11, 2012

      BT bruised but brake put on FTSE losses

      BT was the biggest faller on the FTSE 100 following a broker downgrade on Wednesday as the index recovered from the previous...

    8. April 6, 2012

      Citizen soldier who brought the SAS to the City

      A Special Air Service soldier is a member of a relentlessly courageous commando force, primed to operate clandestinely in...

    9. April 6, 2012

      The oligarch and iron ore miner

      Given the mauling Ian Hannam suffered at the hands of the Financial Services Authority this week, it is perhaps a good...

    10. April 4, 2012

      City is right to crack whip on market abuse

      My respect for the City of London’s enforcers has gone up a notch with their decision to impose a £450,000 fine on Ian...

    11. April 4, 2012

      High cost of City’s loose-talk culture

      Carelessness has a cost. That should be the strong message taken by the City of London from the market regulator’s decision...

    12. April 3, 2012

      Hannam’s fight with the FSA

      Two emails and a decision to impose a £450,000 fine have sent a shockwave through the City and set up a spectacular contest....

    13. April 3, 2012

      Hannam departure could damage Cazenove

      The resignation of one of its star bankers has dealt a blow to JPMorgan Cazenove, one of the City’s leading and most...

    14. April 3, 2012

      Rainmakers: characters required

      The curse of the rainmaker strikes. Ian Hannam is the investment banker who helped turn London into the go-to financial...

    15. March 30, 2012

      Sierra Leone output boosts London Mining

      News of first production of iron ore in Sierra Leone and a $45m loan from commodity trader Vitol made as pre-payment for...

    16. March 14, 2012

      Tesco UK revamp could cost £792m

      Tesco could spend almost £800m over the next two years revamping stores as it fights to revive sales in its home market,...

    17. March 11, 2012

      New funds: March 12

      ● Westwood Holdings Group has launched the Westwood Short Duration High-Yield fund, investing principally in non-investment...

    18. March 5, 2012

      Seven deny insider trading charges

      An insider dealing ring that included two brothers working in the confidential printrooms of investment banks UBS and...

    19. February 23, 2012

      Redrow’s pre-tax profits jump 80%

      Redrow welcomed back Steve Morgan, its founder, in 2009 to restore the housebuilder’s focus on high-margin family homes. Mr...

    20. January 8, 2012

      Movers & shakers: January 9

      ● Dexion Capital has hired Tom Skinner from JPMorgan Cazenove to head up its research team, while also hiring Robert Peel...

    21. January 6, 2012

      Tesco set for worst Christmas in decades

      Tesco is forecast to deliver its worst Christmas sales performance in the UK for decades, amid reports of tensions at the...

    22. January 6, 2012

      Brokers cut forecasts for Man Group

      Man Group led the blue-chip fallers on Friday after brokers once again cut earnings forecasts. The hedge fund manager...

    23. January 3, 2012

      KPN: blunt instruments required

      Perhaps the only thing worse than the unexpected resignation of a company’s chief executive officer is the unexpected...

    24. January 2, 2012

      Warning for UK on eurozone crisis

      The eurozone will scrape through this year in one piece, according to the majority of economists surveyed by the FT,...

    25. November 28, 2011

      Mayhew era ends after 42 years at Cazenove

      An era in British banking is set to end with David Mayhew, one of the City’s elder statesmen, stepping down as chairman of...

    26. November 6, 2011

      A mid-Pacific view of markets

      Robin Griffiths, one of the longest serving technical analysts in the City of London, now at Cazenove Capital, has a plan...

    27. November 4, 2011

      Earnings doubts take the wind out of SSE’s sails

      SSE underperformed a steady London market on Friday amid concerns over earnings and the regulatory environment. The utility,...

    28. October 25, 2011

      Questions for capitalism on Big Bang’s birthday

      There was a lot to deplore in the City before Big Bang, the reforms of Britain’s stock exchange that took place 25 years ago...

    29. October 23, 2011

      Oil majors’ production to be weighed

      The world’s largest oil companies are reporting third-quarter earnings this week, with investors’ attention likely to be...

    30. September 18, 2011

      Big on dull, consistent, cheap

      Marcus Brookes is focused on funds that seek out companies he classifies as “dull, consistent yet cheap” for the £194.5m...

    31. August 23, 2011

      Ophir Energy rises amid sector rally

      Ophir Energy gained 10.5 per cent to 215p as brokers started coverage of the Africa-focused oil explorer following its...

    32. June 17, 2011

      Laird defends with army of bankers

      Could too many bankers spoil a defence? Not for electronic components maker Laird, which has rejected an offer from US group...

    33. June 12, 2011

      Tesco forecasts UK sales rebound

      Tesco, Britain’s biggest supermarket chain by market share, is expected to move back into growth in its home market, when it...

    34. May 16, 2011

      London small caps: Cineworld seen to flicker

      Cineworld, the UK’s biggest multiplex cinema chain by admissions, lost 4.2 per cent to 196p after house broker JP Morgan...

    35. April 24, 2011

      Pru / AIA: waking the dead

      Exhume the corpse for another postmortem. The failed $35bn bid by UK insurer Prudential for AIA, the former Asian operation...

    36. April 20, 2011

      Xstrata leads miners upwards on hopes of Glencore merger

      Takeover hopes helped lift Xstrata as the FTSE 100 registered its biggest daily gain of the year so far. Xstrata rose 4.9...

    37. April 16, 2011

      Reasons to be wary at National Express

      Less-than-charitable observers of Britain’s transport sector might say that the timing of boardroom bust-ups at National...

    38. March 25, 2011

      Autonomy trails rally after earnings quality is queried

      Autonomy lagged behind a rising London market on Friday after JPMorgan Cazenove revived long-standing concerns about its...

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