IA's Cummings urges infrastructure 'predictability' from government

Asset managers eye opportunities

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Investment Association CEO Chris Cummings
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Investment Association CEO Chris Cummings

Chris Cummings, CEO of the Investment Association (IA), has urged the UK government to provide greater "predictability" to asset managers in efforts to maintain the sector's growing allocation to the country's infrastructure.

According to the IA's 2017-2018 edition of Asset Management in the UK report, which surveyed fund firms to identify industry trends, asset managers increased their allocation to UK infrastructur...

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