The Investment Management Association (IMA) made a surplus of £188,000 in 2013, reversing a deficit for the previous 12 months, after a significant jump in revenues from membership fees.
In its full-year results to 31 December 2013, the trade body said pre-tax profit was £187,673, compared to 2012's loss of £145,000. Subscription fees from members brought in £6.2m, up from £5.5m in...
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