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The Only Way Is Ethics (TOWIE)

Should talented wealth managers escape the steel grip of the big bank compliance departments by moving to a partnership, boutique or medium sized wealth management organisation? In our latest article, The Only Way Is Ethics (TOWIE), we discuss how compliance departments in big banks have created a hostile environment for client-centric wealth managers and what

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We Need To Talk About Flexible Working

Backin the 1980s, junior doctors used to work 100-hour weeks in busy, crowded hospitals. They may find time to grab an hour or two’ssleep only to be woken up to their pager demanding their immediate attendance in A&E or in an operating theatre. Would you like to be operated on by someone whose brain is

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7 Lessons For Lionesses

We all know that women are seriously under-represented in financial services roles and in wealth management. So we asked Barbara-Ann King, a successful leader in wealth management, for her advice for women looking to get ahead in the industry. Barbara-Ann King has over 20 years experience in financial services performing a number of senior roles across

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How To Be A Good Leaver

During the recruitment process, employees owe an implied duty of confidentiality and fidelity to their employer under English Law. These duties are then normally reinforced or extended by express terms in an employee’s contract of employment. Senior employees can also, in certain circumstances, owe fiduciary duties to act at all times in the best interests of

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Lions Led By Donkeys

There are several common themes to the reasons why top performing individuals (Rainmakers) will take steps to leave their current employer, but one root cause; they leave poor managers and join dynamic organisations with vision. It is the highest performers in any organisation that have the right qualities, skills, determination and vision to be the leaders

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SHIFT HAPPENS – and how to deal with it

As Pliny the Elder said ‘The only certainty is that nothing is certain’.  Just when you have adjusted to the new normal something else comes along to challenge and disrupt the status quo. Not only do we have to deal with the political turbulence but we also have to adapt to, improvise and overcome the waves of

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