HM Treasury has revealed plans to support Asset Management Centres of Excellence in UK universities, in association with the Investment Association, in a bid to address the "current skills shortage" and create a "pipeline of talent" into the asset management industry.
The plan was announced in its report Investment Management Strategy II, published this morning, in which HM Treasury highlighted six key areas of growth for the industry that it would be supporting, including...
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