London has failed in a bid to stall voting on a controversial EU plan to tighten regulation on alternative investment funds.
British diplomats from the capital, home to about 80% of Europe's hedge funds, lobbied in Brussels, Berlin and Paris this week to delay an EU ballot on the Alternative Investment Fund Management directive....
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