THE Treasury's new ISA reform package has been broadly welcomed by the investment management industry, although many are still calling for the ISA allowance to be raised at the next Budget.
Ed Balls, economic secretary to the Treasury, announced a series of reforms at the PEP & ISA Managers’ Association (PIMA) annual conference last week. These included: a commitment to a permanent future...
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