LONDON (Reuters) – Wealth management firm St James’s Place said it would broaden its investment range and style to attract new clients after posting a fall in first-half operating profits on Wednesday.
First half profits at Swiss bank Sarasin fell 28 percent on the previous year to reach SwFr 53.9 million, but the bank says the figure is on-target with expectations, and heading in the right direction – representing a 38 percent increase on the previous six-month period.
Luxembourg and Belgium have both been removed from the ‘grey’ list of countries that refuse to share tax information, leaving Austria as the only EU member still on the OECD list.
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To Bonhams on Bond Street this morning for a refreshing breakfast – and I don't just mean the orange juice.