Is the LSE the best of British, or will listing funds keep going Dutch?

As the batte between the London Stock Exchange, Aim and Euronext hots up, Katten Muchin Rosenman Cornish's Martin Cornish takes a cool-headed look at the options with David Walker

The London Stock Exchange (LSE) will likely retain its status as the listing destination of choice for hedge funds over Amsterdam's Euronext, despite stiff competition from the latter, according to Martin Cornish, a partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman Cornish.

Speaking at a London client briefing on listing hedge funds and funds of hedge funds, the London-based expert at the lawyers specialising in the hedge fund sector, said "London will be viewed as the pre-eminent market, and it is a deeper

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