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One in six fund shares classes have had their fees changed in the past year, research has found. Fund research firm Fitz Partners said 17% of share classes have made

The Financial Conduct Authority has found some authorised corporate directors (ACDs) are operating in the asset management market with inadequate standards in place. The findings come in a review published on Wednesday

…Old Mutual Global Investors, Legal & General, Franklin Templeton and BNY Mellon investors face the largest discounts on OCFs for clean share classes, after Baillie Gifford, according to the Fitz

… Fitz Partners chief executive Hugues Gillibert says a fixed fee model “might be simple and predictable” but is not necessarily transparent, which is what the regulator wants. view full


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