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The London Investment Banking Association
Headquarters London, England
Web site www.liba.org.uk

The London Investment Banking Association (LIBA) is the principal trade association in the United Kingdom for firms active in the investment banking and securities industry and the association represents the major international investment banks which base their European operations in London.[1]

On May 5, 2009, Liba and the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) announced their intention to merge their London operations into a single, independent European organization. It will work under the leadership of Jonathan Taylor, Liba's director general. Liba and SIFMA expect the new association to be a unified, influential voice in issues affecting the international, European, and UK capital markets. [2]


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Liba traces its roots to a grouping of banks formed after the first world war.[3]

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