DISCUSSION Think tank calls for UK long-term investment vehicles

by Yolanda Villafuerte _______26th January 2017
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by Susanna Rust, Investment and Pensions Europe

The UK government should introduce a new investment structure to foster the creation of large pools of “patient capital”, which would bypass the “complex” process of merging pension funds, a think tank has said.

The proposal is one of six policies the think tank, Tomorrow’s Company, recommended in a report commissioned by the All Party Parliamentary Corporate Governance Group (APPCGG) for input into its submission to the government’s consultation on corporate governance reform…

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