IARB launches campaign to improve retail investor access to bonds

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Led by IARB chair and deputy chair Stacey Parsons and Tom Capon

Led by IARB chair and deputy chair Stacey Parsons and Tom Capon

Winterflood Securities head of fixed income Stacey Parsons and Tom Capon, chair of City Future, have launched a campaign to improve access to regulated bonds for UK investors.

The pair have spearheaded the initiative for The Investor Access to Regulated Bonds Working Group (IARB), acting as chair and deputy chair, respectively. The core of the project is to secure improved investor and discretionary wealth manager access to regulated transferable bonds, with lower denominated issuances (the wholesale thresholds). Investment Week reveals winners of Fund Manager of the Year Awards 2022 In a joint statement, the pair said that IARB "aims to accelerate the dialogue at a crucial time of change in UK financial services regulation." They continued: "The form...

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