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Oggi New City Initiative rappresenta 49 societa’ di gestione indipendenti con sede nel Regno Unito e nel resto d’Europa, che gestiscono complessivamente circa €550 miliardi e impiegano in totale alcune migliaia di persone.

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20 Nov 2013
Spence appointed new Chairman of NCI
4 Nov 2013
Research ban bad for boutiques, warns NCI
17 Sep 2013
NCI welcomes alignment in FCA guidance on AIFM Remuneration Code
26 Aug 2013
Fund managers should ‘eat their own cooking’ says the New City Initiative think tank
13 Nov 2012
New City Initiative calls for the Chancellor to use today’s ECOFIN meeting to continue campaigning against the proposed European transaction tax.
16 Jul 2012
New City Initiative calls for return of partnership mode to restore trust in the City
16 Feb 2012
The New City Initiative is now a Europe-wide body. The NCI’s new European members represent some of the Continent’s most high-profile independent asset management firms and bring the total assets managed by the organisation’s members to in excess of £250 billion.
14 Dec 2011
Following the publication of the FSA’s report into the failures of RBS, the New City Initiative repeats its recommendations to the Vickers Commission that banks’ risk reports should be independent, transparent and publicly-accessible.
9 Nov 2011
As Europe’s banks are again gripped by financial uncertainty, a new report from the New City Initiative highlights the enormous contribution that small and medium financial enterprises make to the economy and to society as a whole. The NCI proposes that from a regulatory perspective, policymakers should habitually separate owner-managed financial SMEs from larger, risky financial institutions and calls for greater incentives to encourage managers to co-invest alongside their clients.
29 Sep 2011
The New City Initiative cautions that a transaction tax would be damaging to the European financial industry, particularly to the City of London. The NCI also calls for the contribution that small and medium financial enterprises make to society to be recognised.