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  1. 20 October 2017 - Investors in Europe need to retain the UK’s expertise
    European negotiations have sometimes seemed to take this observation as their guiding principle, with no cans left un-kicked down the boulevards of Brussels. But the Brexit negotiations have not followed that path.
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  2. 15 September 2017 - 2017 Asset Management Survey reveals that the industry remains an international powerhouse
    Our 2017 Asset Management Survey reveals that the industry remains an international powerhouse. The UK is the largest European asset management centre by a long way and the second largest in the world. Our members manage £6.9 trillion from this country and provide over 60 per cent of capital market financing for UK businesses.
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  3. 17 January 2017 - Active equity funds expected to flourish in 2017
    2016 was a landmark year for the asset management industry with Brexit, an unexpected election outcome in the US and the ongoing FCA market study. The IA asked senior industry figures - including CEOs, CIOs and Heads of Product and Sales - from member firms about their outlook of the industry for 2017.
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  4. 20 October 2016 - Looking beyond Brexit: The future of UK asset management in a globalised world
    Brexit is obviously on the tip of everyone’s tongue at the moment and is the biggest challenge and opportunity ahead for all industries, but the UK’s asset management industry is a global powerhouse and Brexit should not distract us from this.
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  5. 21 March 2016 - What is productivity? Why a healthier lifestyle, not a shot of espresso, can boost the British economy
    Productivity is turning out to be the buzzword of the year, with unprecedented focus by economists on the UK’s mysterious-sounding ‘productivity puzzle’.
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  6. 11 March 2016 - Personal Savings Allowance: The simple change to simplify fund taxation for bond fund investors
    The new Personal Savings Allowance becomes available this April, enabling basic-rate taxpayers to earn £1,000 in interest each year before paying tax (£500 for higher-rate taxpayers).
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