Corrections & Amendments

The story UBS chief Ermotti on fintech: Embrace, don’t imitate , published on September 28, was updated to amend Sergio Ermotti's comment on regulatory changes. An earlier version stated that the number of alerts each year was 4,000.

The story Brexit lobby’s new advisory council has MEP pedigree , published on September 22, was updated to include Alison Carnwath's involvement and to correct the information on Anthony Belchambers in the third paragraph. An earlier version incorrectly described him as the former CEO of Liffe.

The story Duval to quit as Russell Investments' Europe CEO , published on September 20, was updated to clarify that Russell Investments manages $68 billion in Emea, not $78 billion as previously reported.

The story Aberdeen CEO offloads third of shares for £5.3m , published on September 16, was updated with the correct date of the statement about the share sale.

The story JP Morgan names new treasury services head in Europe , published on September 9, was corrected to state that Sue Dean was JP Morgan's head of treasury services sales for Europe, the Middle East and Africa from 2015, not 2014 as stated in an earlier version.

The story Hermes to launch £750m fund for small business loans , published on September 9, was updated to clarify that much of the £65 million loan to LDC was provided by Hermes Investment Management, AIG Asset Management and M&G Investments.

The story Abu Dhabi SWF hires ex-Citi transitions chief , published on August 31, has been corrected to clarify Artour Samsonov's new role at Citigroup.

The entry for TwentyFour Asset Management in the article Boutique Manager of the Year – Fixed Income category in the Asset Management Awards, published on August 9 has been corrected to clarify Gordon Shannon's name.

The story Consultants team up to offer British wealth fund advice , published on August 8, was updated to clarify that London Collective Investment Vehicle is one of the few, but not the only town hall pensions pool to be up and running as of August 2016.

The story IK raises €1.3 billion for latest fund , published on August 3, was updated to clarify that the fund is expected to be fully allocated in September. An earlier version stated incorrectly that month was expected to see the final close of the fund.

The story JP Morgan Asset Management appoints global equities chief , published on August 2, was updated to clarify that Chris Willcox is chief executive of JP Morgan's global investment management division, not JP Morgan Asset Management.

The story Nomura lifted from wholesale despair to repair , published on July 28, was updated with Jonathan Lewis's correct job title.

The story Brexit drives Liquidnet to trading record in Europe , published on July 22, was updated with figures provided by Liquidnet detailing the value of trades it handled on June 24, including via its agency offering. A previous version of this story had used a lower figure from Bats Europe's website.

The story Ex-Citigroup banker to become Terra Firma CEO, published on July 21, was updated to correct a misspelling of Michele Russo's name.

The story Hedge funds suffer worst first half since crisis , published on July 18 was amended to include the correct name of the Cantab Capital Partners Quantitative Fund.

The story Choppy markets punish Standard Life's Gars megafund , published on July 15, was corrected to state that Gars generated a return of 40 basis points in the month to July 12, not 40%.

The story Buyout firm brings up century of add-ons , published on July 15, was amended to correct the size of Lyceum's 2013 fund.

The story Luxembourg: All are welcome (not just fund managers) , published on July 4, was updated to clarify that Nicolas Mackel's quote that Luxembourg City made up 2% of the country's area, not the financial centre.

The story No quick fix: UK may have to join AIFMD queue, published on July 11, was updated to correct Rachel Kent's title. She is a partner at Hogan Lovells, not an associate. A reference to 'third country passporting' was clarified to 'private placement'.

The story RBC Capital Markets retail head re-emerges at HSBC , published on July 7, was updated to clarify that David Plowman has been hired to run the consumer investment banking team at HSBC, not consumer and retail.

The story Euro clearing: what has London got to lose? , published on July 7, was updated to clarify that ICE Clear Europe's revenues and profits were in dollars, not euros.

The story Liquidnet returns to Tabb for second market structure hire published on July 6, was updated to clarify in the seventh paragraph that Healey has joined Liquidnet, not Tabb Group

The story Partners Group seals largest European direct deal to date , published on July 5, was updated with the correct value of €1.13 billion for Bridgepoint and Eurazeo's net return from the sale.

The following stories - How the City votes for Brexit – with its chequebook (published May 12) and Hedge fund duo Marshall and Wace back opposing Brexit camps (published June 22) – were updated on July 4 after Jon Moulton of Better Capital contacted FN to say that his £10,000 donation to the Leave campaign was rejected by the campaign as he was not a UK resident. Figures in the stories were updated accordingly.

The article Letter From Bucharest: Recent EU entrant happy to stay , published on June 30, erroneously described Romania in the headline as the "Latest EU entrant". Croatia joined later, in 2013.

The article KKR platform adds three more to European credit team , published on June 20, was amended on June 21 to clarify that the joiners were hires of Pillarstone, not KKR.

The article For Europe's bond bankers, summer comes early as issuers 'down tools' , published on June 21, was updated with Mark Lewellen's correct title of Barclays' co-head of global DCM, not head of DCM for Europe, the Middle East and Africa as originally reported.

The article Your banker will see you now: The changing face of broking , published on June 14, was updated to clarify that Charles Donald is co-head of UK investment banking at Credit Suisse, not sole head as previously reported.

The story BMO elevates Wilson to global funds chief , published on June 7, was updated to reflect that the BMO statement was released on June 7, not May 7 as originally reported.

The story Jupiter's operations chief steps back , published on June 1, was updated to reflect that Creedy was head of legal and human resources before becoming COO, and that he already held the role of company secretary.