Legal Developments: Freedom fighters
With the FOIA now in force in the UK, public bodies have an obligation to disclose certain information to third parties no matter how commercially sensitive it may be. Polly Daines looks at the implications for private equity houses
Following the entry into force of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) on 1 January, 2005, it is now possible to assess the initial impact of the Act on the private equity industry.
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