Culture shift needed to rescue investment

Plender, John
March 2005
EG: Estates Gazette;3/26/2005, Issue 512, p28
Trade Publication
Comments on the need to rebalance the British retail investment market following the buy-to-let boom and the financial scandals the skewed it. Decline in the level of household savings as a percentage of disposable income, despite the comeback made by the equity market; Recommendations for policy makers with regard to the securities market; Loss of confidence in insurance and pension products.


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