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Behind the headlines: Cicero’s Iain Anderson

Iain Anderson

Following the election, the political landscape has shifted. With a Conservative Government, a resounding victory for the SNP, and Labour forced to rethink its strategy, what will this unexpected turn of events mean for financial services?

Money Marketing editor Natalie Holt talks to Cicero director and chief corporate counsel Iain Anderson about how the exit polls got it so wrong, preparing for an EU referendum and the likey devolution of fiscal powers.

We also discuss how receptive the Government will be to Ros Altmann’s ideas to reform the pensions market, and how firms could play a greater role in influencing the political agenda.

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