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Scottish investment drive

Scotland is looking to attract more investment companies to set-up shop North of the border.


Scottish Financial Enterprises is launching a marketing campaign to accelerate investment administration growth in Scotland.


SFE want the large US and European investment houses to join Deutsche Bank, Barclays Stockbrokers and Bank of New York who already have a Scottish contingent.


SFE chief executive Ray Perman says: “Investment administration is no longer the Cinderella of financial services, it has become a highly specialised, high technology global business.”

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