European Capital Markets with a Single Currency

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on the buy side and on the sell side, reinforces the need to achieve a correspondingly global market positioning for many financial institutions, although technology and the changing economics of distribution virtually assure the survival of a healthy cohort of asset management boutiques and specialists.


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