Darling duds of May

May 2009
Money Marketing;5/14/2009, p47
An interview with financial executives Gordon Bowden, Dennis Hall and Tim Schofield regarding the proposed budget scheme changes of British Chancellor Alistair Darling is presented. Bowden states that new budget scheme will allow an increase on the different types of tax-efficient investment bonds. Schofield believes that venture capital trusts (VCT) is more appealing to gain high interest increase. Hall notes that financial classification should be reviewed to streamline operations.


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