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Firms’ efforts to preserve fees paid to portfolio managers have led to larger cuts in their profit margins, new research suggests. Management fees for 1,350 funds in Luxembourg, Ireland and

According to Fitz Partners database, the “vast majority” of funds of funds holding in-house funds invest in a share class offering low fees and “often… View Article here

A Luxembourg third-party management company is introducing an explicit fee across all its funds to meet costs linked to the EU s Sustainable Finance Disclosure… View Article Here 

The UK government has indicated that it will revamp the disclosure rules for charges of investment companies…. View Article Here 

EU asset managers are squeezing the fees they pay to independent fund directors, as firms seek to push down costs in the face of market pressures…. View Article Here 

The European Commission has toned down its support for a full ban on inducements as it prepares to propose measures designed to increase retail investment in the EU. Mairead McGuinness,

“…Hugues Gillibert, chief executive officer of Fitz Partners, a specialist fee research firm, says that while creating a share class with a higher fee “is always feasible”, there are challenges

EU funds could face new provisions designed to ensure they are delivering value for money for investors as Brussels prepares to bring forth a new plan to boost retail investment

The difference in fees charged by environmental, social and governance funds in Europe and their conventional peers has narrowed over the past year, according to analysis by fund research company

The UK financial regulator has warned that some market participants may not be ready for the upcoming consumer duty rules, following an assessment of firms’ implementation plans. The Financial Conduct

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