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 IMA Insight edition 26 Issue 26 (October 2011)

*   IMA highlights key concerns with draft Financial Services Bill   *  A Financial Transactions Tax – taxing savers not the City *  Auto-enrolment: a marathon not a sprint

 IMA policy newsletter issue 25

Issue 25 (July 2011)
* IMA Chairman calls for a review of investment failures and reform of the FSCS  * Progress on tax-transparent funds welcome * Institutional investors are committed to improving corporate governance *

 IMA Policy Newsletter Issue 24

Issue 24 (March 2011)
* Budget 2011  * RDR proposals * Pensions focus * Proposed Regulatory framework

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Issue 23 (November 2010) 
*Financial regulation changes on right track, but Europe is key * AIFMD outcome may not be ideal, but it could be worse* Further reform required on bank supervision *Recent responses to consultations

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Issue 22 (September 2010)
* Concerns raised about the UK as a place to do business * New regulatory structure - It's vital relationships work * Recent IMA responses to consultations*

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Issue 21 (December 2009) 
* Financial Services Bill Broadly Welcome * Treasury-Commissioned Report sets out Key Challenges for Asset Management Industry * Investors Saving at Record Levels in 2009*

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Issue 20 (May 2009)
*IMA Urges Stronger Financial Regulatory Regime * Investors More Cautious Amid Credit Crisis * New Pensions Landscape Will Create New Challenges for Investment Management Sector *

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Issue 19 (November 2008)
*The impact of the credit crunch * IMA publishes its first GB Investor Report *  What lessons can the Asset Management Industry learn from the credit crunch? * Treasury urged to progress tax reform *

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Issue 18 (July 2008)
*Industry concerns for future of defined benefit pensions* IMA calls for Annual Management Charge for Personal Accounts* IMA urges introduction of a pan-European private placement regime* 

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Issue 17 (April 2008)
* IMA welcomes Thoresen interim report * Budget good news for UK authorised funds * Guide to Personal Finance launched *

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Issue 16 (December 2007)
* IMA sets out case for ending compulsory annuitisation * Proposed changes to capital gains tax good for ordinary savers * IMA welcomes Thoresen interim report *

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Issue 15 (July 2007)
*New research shows that ordinary savers and pensioners bear brunt of £3bn share tax * Lowering Personal Accounts contribution cap a wise decision  *

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Issue 14 (March 2007)
* IMA five years on * Debates continue around personal accounts * Call for priority to be given to property funds and Stamp Duty Reserve Tax in the budget *

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Issue 13 (November 2006)
* UK is losing out to overseas fund centres – IMA/KPMG findings * On track for the most radical pension reform in decades  * Companies Bill update *

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Issue 12 (July 2006)
* Pensions White Paper points to way forward * Asset Management in the UK tops £3 trillion! * IMA voice heard on Company Law Reform * Engagement Survey – Transparency confirmed *

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Issue 11 (April 2006)
* The NPSS:  the right solution for all * Comment by Richard Lambert, hairman of the Retail Financial Services Group * IMA responds to Conservative Tax Reform Commission *

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Issue 10 (November 2005)
* “Tax neutral proposals will benefit all” IMA tells Chancellor * Comment from Richard Saunders, IMA’s Chief Executive * IMA raises concerns over Company Law Reform Bill *

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Issue 9 (September 2005)
* An historic opportunity for fund management industry and savers * Chairman’s Column * ‘Why Aren’t We Saving?’ IMA asks in Blackpool and Brighton *

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 Issue 8 (June 2005)
* IMA urges Government to revitalise all savings not just pensions * IMA director to chair FSA working group * Asset management – why the UK? * Shareholder Activism:  continued progress  *

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 Issue 7 (February 2005)
* Consistency and cohesion essential for long term savings and pensions * PBR offers lifeline for ISA limits * Stakeholder products must meet highest standards of investor protection *

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 Issue 6 (July 2004) 
* IMA sets out new ideas on savings policy * A national strategy for “Financial Capability” * Fund managers’ engagement growing * “Lost Votes” report wins Government endorsement*

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 Issue 5 (February 2004)
* IMA calls for improved transparency in the City * IMA Chairman says industry is at “crossroads” * Corporate Governance- Expectation and Reality * Winning back consumer trust *

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 Issue 4 (October 2003)
* IMA survey shows record level of UK managed funds * IMA welcomes rules review * Industry 94% “Myners” Compliant * Consumers remain calm in the face of stock market volatility *

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 Issue 3 (June 2003) 
* Increasing choice and flexibility for all in pensions * Tougher exams for financial advisors * Taxing pension funds * IMA responds to proposals on ‘best execution’ *

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 Issue 2 (February 2003)  
* Where now for the Sandler Report? * A single European market? * New code for company owners * Debate on future role of Non- Executive Directors * Education, Education, Training*

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Issue 1 (October 2002) 
* Investing for all our futures * 32 Eyes on Europe * Don’t think active or passive, think both! * Sandler Report *

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