Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

BusinessMirror - Pivot, tweak or pounce: Strategic challenges in wealth management

BusinessMirror - Pivot, tweak or pounce: Strategic challenges in wealth management

THE private banking sector used to have a reputation as being rather cozy, as well as lucrative. No longer. Multiple developments in the last few years have driven major change. Clients and providers alike now have dramatically different constraints and expectations. The opportunity remains to develop sound, profitable business. But clear strategic discussions are needed.


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Wealth management industry facing changing demographics - Beacon News

Wealth management industry facing changing demographics - Beacon News

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Wealth Management: Sovereign debt issues weigh heavy on global markets - Liverpool News - News

Wealth Management: Sovereign debt issues weigh heavy on global markets - Liverpool News - News
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The books these 10 wealth managers have been reading this summer

The books these 10 wealth managers have been reading this summer

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Global Market Review July 2013

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A brief round up of global market news July 2013 from the The Wealth Advisory (Marbella) which has been formed to offer pro-active investment solutions that suit today’s financial climate.

Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Inflation warning from the Bank of England

Inflation could rise to as high as 5 per cent, according to the Bank of England’s Inflation report released today, which also included an upgrade to its economic growth forecast.

Estimates within the report show the level of inflation in the UK could rise to 5 per cent in the worst case. 



Friday, 10 May 2013

Slovenia unveils new financial reforms


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The government of Slovenia has announced a package of measures it hopes will help avoid an EU bailout.

The measures include a tax increase, a major restructuring of Slovenia's ailing banking sector, and a programme of mass privatisation.


Slovenia's mostly state-owned banking sector is suffering from mounting bad debts and the government has struggled to borrow money.

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

German industrial output continues to grow



Germany saw a surprising rise in industrial output in March, reviving hopes about the strength of Europe's biggest economy.

Output grew 1.2% from the previous month, beating expectations. It follows figures out Tuesday, which showed a rise in factory orders.

Friday, 12 April 2013

M&S strong food sales offset poor clothing sales


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Marks and Spencer sales rose slightly in the first three months of 2013, as good trading from its food business offset a fall in clothing sales.
Like-for-like UK sales were 0.6% higher in the quarter, helped by a 4% increase in food sales.
General merchandise sales, including clothing, fell 3.8%, the seventh quarter in a row they have fallen.


Despite inflation Russians are still buying new cars


Sberbank’s hypothetical Russian middle-class family metric – the ‘Ivanovs’- shows the average Russian family is concerned about high inflation, though that is still barely denting some peoples’ aspirations of getting behind the steering wheel of a new car.