UK looks to boost long-term investing

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UK regulators and government are preparing measures to encourage investment in illiquid, long-term investments, hoping to jump start productivity growth.

A working group issued four key recommendations in a report today (September 27), including shifting the pension industry’s focus toward long-term investments, building bigger investment schemes, changing liquidity management and widening investment in less liquid assets.

The group – comprised of industry figures and jointly chaired by the

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