IA's Cummings: Industry needs to reinvent itself post-Brexit

Calls for 'new energy and impetus'

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The IA's Chris Cummings
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The IA's Chris Cummings

The UK's financial services sector must be "reinforced and reinvented" as the country nears its departure from the European Union, according to the Investment Association's (IA) chief executive Chris Cummings.

Cummings called on both fintech and investment management firms to collaborate to bring "a new energy and impetus to our financial services expertise" in the IA's latest Investment Management Surve...

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