Archbishop queries bankers' bonuses

Writing in the Yorkshire Post, the archbishop said the UK needs a "sustainable steady economy in which the emphasis is placed on greater equality".


The Truth About Wealth

A November Federal Reserve study, meanwhile, found that a third of the people in the top 1% in 2007, as measured by wealth, were no longer in the top 1% in 2009.


Towry Head Of Wealth Advice In 50 Most Influential’ List

Andy joined Aitchison & Colegrave (now Towry) in 1995, then Scotland’s largest privately-owned independent financial adviser. He’s passionate about financial planning and the delivery of unbiased, professional and well informed advice that


Wealth firm reaches 25-year milestone

Dave Young, president and founder of Paragon Wealth Management, started The Center for Financial Excellence in 1986 to give investors an opportunity to do more with their money.


Dollar trumps gold as safe haven

The dollar index – which weighs the dollar against a basket of six other major currencies – rose to its highest level since January this week as investors expressed their frustration with the lacklustre outcome of last week’s EU summit.


Charity begins at the office

Such sustained, top-level commitment to a charitable cause has helped the bank’s success in raising more than $37m in eight years to fund 2.7m cataract operations worldwide in conjunction with staff and partners, including a donation-matching progra


Managing wealth as an expat

While portability and flexibility are key when it comes to handling your finances as an expat, it may also pay to keep investments in a single location


Axa Wealth pilots adviser e-letter

Helping clients stay abreast of personal finance matters is at the heart of a client-facing e-newsletter being piloted by Axa Wealth, the wealth manager has announced.