asset management strategy | Finance Week

By: Finance Week  05/12/2011
Keywords: asset management

" If Mr Cable had his way, all the big banks would be broken up and bonuses would be virtually eliminated - a sure-fire way in my view of guaranteeing an end to the UK’s ability to compete as an international financial centre. Let’s not forget that this is a man who is on record as saying that everyone who works in a bank has an ‘aristocratic lifestyle’ clearly demonstrating his lack of understanding of the sector. " A tough line on bankers’ bonuses could make a brain drain of financial talent a distinct possibility, warns Paul Marsden. 

Keywords: asset management

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