Friday, May 07, 2010

The price of politics on Financial Services

While we’re in the grips of a hung parliament and the shape of the future government is still to be defined we thought it would be good to look at the policies of the three parties. In particular how they’ll affect the economy and the financial services industry in particular.

Here’s a quick overview of the likely changes that the three main parties will attempt to bring in over the next parliament so long as any one party has a clear majority.

David McCann

Planning Director

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1 comment:

onsalelouisvuitton said...

i agree with you.
Ar certan,political is money.

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