New campaign to position UK as 'centre' of global investment management

Global Investment Futures campaign

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New campaign to position UK as 'centre' of global investment management

The Investment Association has teamed up with the City of London Corporation and the Department for International Trade for a new campaign to promote the UK as a “world-leading” investment management centre.

The Global Investment Futures campaign, which is supported by accountancy firm KPMG, aims to highlight to global investors that the UK is "the best place for investment management firms to conduct their business", IA chief executive Chris Cummings said. Among the factors being promoted by the campaign to demonstrate the UK is a centre for investment management are the "concentrated network" of asset managers across specialisms, as well as its "diverse" and "experienced" workforce, and digital infrastructure. The campaign sees the City of London Corporation working in partnership with ...

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