UK chancellor plans ISA overhaul while pushing London as tech listing hotspot - reports

Eve Maddock-Jones
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Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt is reportedly backing plans for a significant overhaul of the UK ISA scheme, with changes designed to encourage individual savers to invest in the domestic market. According to reports by the Financial Times, people familiar with the matter said UK Treasury officials have met with a series of investment industry executives to examine how to simplify the current array of ISA offerings and remove barriers to investing in the stock market itself. Hunt is set to use the upcoming Autumn Statement in November to rollout the proposals, according to sou...

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