Govt rejects Lords' call for AIMs in ISAs


The Treasury has again rejected calls to allow more alternative investment market (AIM) shares in individual savings accounts (ISAs).

During an oral questions session today, Francis Baring, the sixth Baron Northbrook and former Barings analyst, asked if the government would consider allowing more AIM investments in ISAs. Lord Northbrook...

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