Tales from The Top panel highlights
Highlights from this year's event
Expanding strategic partnership
Barry O'Dwyer and Campbell Fleming, both senior figures at Standard Life Aberdeen, are to become non-executive directors of Phoenix Group.
Asset managers pay out £34m compensation after FCA action on 'closet trackers'; Provider faces enforcement action
Follows criticism in Asset Management Market Study
Held a number of influential business roles
Results due in Q4
Japanese equities plunge 5%
Private equity firm will acquire business
Can the press really influence the election?
Miton Group plc, the AIM quoted fund management company, has announced the acquisition of the entire issued share capital of PSigma Asset Management
The FTSE 100 rose 6.43% or 379.07 points in January, making this the strongest start to a year since 1989.
Former Chancellor Alistair Darling has written an open letter to his successor George Osborne warning he must change course on the economy now or cause "immeasurable damage".
White papers, factsheets, research and briefings
The UK Treasury has called off its weekly gilt auctions for a four-week period between mid-July and mid-August during the Olympics.
Barclays bank chairman Marcus Agius has confirmed his resignation, admitting the "the buck stops with me" for the firm's interest rate fixing scandal.
Billionaire investor George Soros has called on Europe to start a fund to buy Italian and Spanish bonds, or risk the demise of the euro.
A market rally after pro-bailout party New Democracy scraped a narrow win at the Greek election has eased back amid uncertainty over the global economy and other eurozone countries.
Aviva Investors sent an e-mail by mistake on Friday dismissing its entire staff before retracting the message, according to reports.
Scottish Widows Investment Partnership, the asset management arm of Lloyds, is shutting down a string of its regional investment desks with the loss of half its 38-strong management team, according to reports.
Prime minister David Cameron has caused the EU to fracture after refusing to sign up to a new treaty over concerns about financial services regulation.
US - Paulson & Co, the giant US hedge fund, has warned in a "worst case" scenario it could suffer redemptions equivalent to between a fifth and a quarter of its assets by the end of the year.
Price pressures across a number of areas forced UK CPI annual inflation up from 4.2% in June to 4.4% in July.
Royal London group received a boost from pensions arm Scottish Life during the first half of 2011 as its new business increased 10%.
Chancellor George Osborne is considering a £7bn "raid" on pension perks for the better off, according to reports.
Peter Hargreaves and Stephen Lansdown are now among the UK's 100 wealthiest people, according to the Sunday Times Rich List 2011.
Standard Life's operating profit before tax increased by 7% to £425m last year, boosted by the uptick in markets and an increase in corporate pension scheme clients.
Aegon UK chief executive Otto Thoresen has been appointed as director general of the ABI and will take up his new role on April 4.
UK - Friends Provident's Trevor Matthews is to step down as chief executive and hand over the reins to former Scottish Widows chief Andy Briggs.
Friends Provident's Trevor Matthews is to step down as chief executive and hand over the reins to former Scottish Widows chief Andy Briggs.
Britain's property boom could be over for good and homeowners should no longer rely on their houses to fund retirement, housing minister Grant Shapps has warned.
Gartmore has confirmed it has received a takeover bid from Henderson Global Investors.
Standard Life signed 125 new scheme clients during the past nine months, helping to boost net inflows for the group by 60% to £7.2bn, results show.
David Stevenson asks if fund managers have got their asset allocation model right
Rumours are escalating in the City that fund manager Gartmore could be ripe for a takeover approach, as its share price languishes more than £1 below its December 2009 flotation price.
UK - Rumours are escalating in the City that fund manager Gartmore could be ripe for a takeover approach, as its share price languishes more than £1 below its December 2009 flotation price.
George Osborne has announced plans to abolish the Financial Services Authority and increase the powers of the Bank of England.
UK - George Osborne has announced plans to abolish the Financial Services Authority and increase the powers of the Bank of England.
Resolution Group, the consolidation vehicle which bought Friends Provident last year, is in talks to buy AXA UK's annuity, protection and group pensions business for £2.75bn.
UK - Resolution Group, the consolidation vehicle which bought Friends Provident last year, is in talks to buy AXA UK's annuity, protection and group pensions business for £2.75bn (US$4bn).
Gordon Brown said he accepted Liberal Democrats leader Nick Clegg will talk to the Tories about forming a Government before the Labour party.
Nigel Waterson, the Tory pensions spokesman, has lost the Eastbourne seat he has held for 18 years to the Liberal Democrats.
F&C Asset Management plans to acquire boutique fund group Thames River Capital in a deal worth up to £53.6m.
Alistair Darling, George Osborne and Vince Cable have kicked off the election campaign with a live televised debate on the economy which saw them trading blows on issues including the national debt, financial services regulation and long term care.
UK - Friends Provident's board has recommended shareholders accept the latest acquisition offer from Resolution.