Investment in 'patient capital' vital for post-Brexit Britain

UK must move faster on regulatory issues, writes Alexander Mann

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By announcing a review into defined contribution (DC) pension investment in 'patient capital' last month, the chancellor has moved to address a major structural issue in the British venture scene.

This change cannot come too soon - particularly now the European Investment Fund (EIF) - previously a cornerstone of most UK funds - has all but pulled out of the UK. Despite thriving in Europe, the...

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