Kames CEO: Brexit could damage UK asset managers' competitiveness

London headquarters could be under question

Anna Fedorova
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A potential Brexit could have a negative impact on asset managers that do a lot of business in Europe and could force some London-based firms to reconsider their headquarters, according to Martin Davis, chief executive of Kames Capital.

An exit from the EU could damage the competitiveness of UK asset managers through issues such as passporting, different legal structures and fluctuations between the two currencies, Davis (pictured) said....

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