What the asset management industry wants to see from the UK general election winners

Voting 4 July

Investment Week
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The UK takes to the polls on Thursday (4 July) to decide on its next government.

While the result cannot be known for sure yet, members of the financial services world have voiced their demands for the incoming winners on matters they feel need to be urgently addressed in order to bring about change and revitalise the UK's economic and investment spaces. In a bid to understand exactly what the asset management industry wants to see on the back of the election, and long-term vision for the UK, Investment Week asked commentators to outline what they hope the incoming government will prioritise.

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