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Salih, Chris; Stodell, Hannah
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/16/2009, p28
The article reports that several sectors are opposing the regulation proposals implemented by the European Commission for investment management industry in Great Britain. Robert Jenkins, chairman of the Investment Management Association (IMA), mentions his predicaments on the actions of the commission for the alleviation of banking crisis in the country, through investment management industry regulation. It notes the criticism of Jenkins to Peer Steinbruck for creating such proposals.


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