Govt meets UK fund groups after Brexit White Paper 'disappointment'

'Asset Management Taskforce'

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Meeting was "generally positive and useful”
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Meeting was "generally positive and useful”

City minister John Glen met with leaders of some of the UK's largest asset management firms this week to discuss the sector's key Brexit priorities and the government's approach to accommodating them in its negotiations with the EU.

The latest meeting of the government's Asset Management Taskforce, which has met quarterly beginning in October 2017, followed the publication of its controversial Brexit White Paper earlier this m...

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