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Jun 30, 1998

Show me the money

If you're planning a roadshow, you need to know where the money is

Tony Blair's Cool Britannia made its impact on the world's financial markets in 1997 with London becoming the pre-eminent center of institutional equity management in the world. That involved a 48 percent jump in assets from 1996, to a massive $1.8 trillion under active management. The finding comes from Technimetrics' 1998 International Target Cities Report, which ranks financial centers according to the value of equity funds managed in each location. According to the study, London's surge

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