AIC calls for prospectus reform to reduce 'complex and expensive' regulatory burden

Welcomes FCA listing rule changes

James Baxter-Derrington
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AIC chief executive Richard Stone
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AIC chief executive Richard Stone

The Association of Investment Companies has called on the Financial Conduct Authority to reform prospectus requirements in order to allow the UK to “seriously challenge” as a listing destination of choice.

In response to the FCA's recent listing rules changes, which the trade body described as a "welcome step in the right direction" and "precursor to further reform", the AIC argued that prospectus reform...

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