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New corporate issuance is expected to rise to near $150bn and yields on offer appear generous

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Aberdeen falls on £4bn client withdrawal

Fund manager reports improved sentiment towards emerging markets

US pensions: follow the cash

Low rates can hurt funding status despite big investment gains

London asset manager takes UBS to court

Decura seeks $100m buyout from Swiss bank

Odey Asset Management makes Swiss push

London-based hedge fund company opens office in Switzerland

New money market fund rules risk backfire

If ‘gates’ are erected the incentive to get out kicks in earlier

Europe fights to keep dealing commissions

Fund managers resist plans to stop charging clients for research

Employees to be lured out of DB pensions

Employers expected to tempt members out of final salary schemes

‘Capitalism in danger of falling apart’

David Blood and Al Gore say sustainability makes business sense

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