Britainâs Private Finance Initiative has continued through the administrations since Blairâs, and indeed has inspired emulation across the Channel. At the same time, it has stirred up a good deal of criticism, and in November 2011 the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced a plan to reform the PFI. One of the reform proposals is to seek broader participation by pension funds, or in pale bureaucratic jargon, âaccess a wider range of financing sources.â
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Most firms that do IPOs now don't really need the money - they are just forced to go public. Excellent article in Wired.
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