Control over cold calling

October 1991
Accountancy;Oct91, Vol. 108 Issue 1178, p41
Trade Publication
Reports on British Takeover Panel's amendment of the City Code so that bidders will have to seek its permission before cold calling private investors. Cold calling in all investment businesses.


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