Markets, Opinion

UK listing regime lacks mojo and needs to rediscover its equity risk culture

By Patrick Boyle
UK listing regime
City slicker or feeling icky? UK listings are looking to find their ‘mojo’ – a little like Austin Powers. Image: AP Photo/New Line Cinema

The UK listing regime, like British secret agent Austin Powers, has badly lost its mojo. Lagging its US peers in terms of trading liquidity, valuations and stock performance, what can be done to make UK PLC more attractive to the world’s most successful companies?

CS Venkatakrishnan, the CEO ...

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