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2016 third quarter - key investment themes

Each quarter, our strategic asset allocation committee meets to identify the key themes that could affect global financial markets. This quarter’s key themes include: EU referendum - The UK is open for business Steady as she goes - US recovery remains on track Caveat emptor - The 'hidden' exposure…
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Funds under management reach £30.6 billion

This statement is a half-yearly financial report in accordance with the UK Listing Authority’s Disclosure and Transparency Rules. It covers the six month period ended 30 June 2016. Philip Howell , Chief Executive of Rathbone Brothers Plc, said: "Whilst turbulent market conditions and planned…
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Rathbones hires nucleus team for Private Office initiative

Rathbones is pleased to announce that it has advanced the development of the Rathbone Private Office by hiring Ian Dembinski, Peter Arkell and Alex Dean. Ian comes to Rathbones from Credit Suisse’s Private Banking division, where since 2010 he has been Managing Director and Head of the UK Domestic…
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University students set sights on land speed world record

A team of engineering students from the University of Liverpool have announced their intention to break the world land speed record for a human-powered vehicle later this year.
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2016 2nd quarter - key themes

Each quarter, our strategic asset allocation committee meets to identify the key themes that could affect global financial markets. This quarter’s key themes include: Monetary policy - Negative interest rates: bad for banks? Economic data and sentiment - Markets overreacted to concerns about the…
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