IA sets out plans to 'future proof' UK asset management post Brexit

Calls for change across Government, regulation and industry

Mike Sheen
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IA chief executive Chris Cummings
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IA chief executive Chris Cummings

The Investment Association (IA) has set out its plans to "future proof" the UK's asset management industry ahead of Brexit, making demands of firms, regulators and the Government on the key issues of regulation, diversity, ESG policy and FinTech.

Ahead of its annual conference today (25 June), the trade body published its Vision 2020 report, which warned "changes ahead in the UK's…position in the regional and global economic and political order"...

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