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If sanctions are lifted, the country would become a tempting investment destination
Neil Woodford is fascinated by the opportunity to benefit society and deliver great returns

EU money market reform like ‘hand grenade’

Industry and opponents equally unhappy over changes

UK rent control will create stability

Institutional investors unfazed by possible property regulation

The walls close in on the fund market

Patience with the investment management market is wearing dangerously thin, says Chris Newlands

Solvency II’s ‘look-through’ approach

Richard Pereira considers the risks and rewards of the regulation for insurers

Comment: Unbundling rules will get tougher

Regulators clear on objectives, says Richard Balarkas

Risks taken out of banks pop up elsewhere

Barclays analysts warn of ‘fire sales’ for bonds and ETFs

FCA fines Aviva Investors £18m

Regulator says traders manipulated deals to boost their fees

Europe talks tough with China regulators

EU and the US take different approaches to Chinese investigations

Business leaders fear talent drain

Plans to hold board directors accountable are questioned


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