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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.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.liba.org.uk/|name=Welcome|org=LIBA|date=January 26, 2009}}</ref>
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.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.liba.org.uk/|name=Welcome|org=LIBA|date=January 26, 2009}}</ref>
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]]. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.liba.org.uk/publications/2009/LIBA%20SIFMA%20Press%20release%20Final%20(no%20watermark).pdf|name=LIBA SIFMA press release|org=LIBA|date=May 5, 2009}}</ref>


== History ==
== History ==
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Liba traces its roots to a grouping of banks formed after the first world war.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/98dcb69a-390c-11de-8cfe-00144feabdc0.html|name=Bank trade groups Liba and Sifma Europe to unveil merger|org=The Financial Times|date=May 5, 2009}}</ref>
Liba traces its roots to a grouping of banks formed after the first world war.


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