The Bond Market Association has assured the UK government that the financial markets are already well equipped to cope with the potential disruption associated with a terror attack. In a comment letter recently filed with the Treasury, the association says the case for legislative intervention in these circumstances has not yet been made and that market-based approaches in consultation with governmental authorities are more appropriate.
“Private sector-initiated mechanisms permit individual
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