WMA calls for 'lighter touch' European Union after era of record regulation

Laura Dew

The Wealth Management Association (WMA) has called for a ‘lighter touch' approach to industry regulation as key EU committees face a post-election shake-up.

European elections were held from 22-25 May to elect 751 MEPs for the next five-year term of the European Parliament, which will run from 2014-2019. Following the elections, there will now be further...

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