Index-tracker costs give ETFs a run for their money – Funds Europe

Charges for traditional index-tracking funds have steadily decreased over the past four years and are in some cases lower than for ETFs, says a research house.

Fitz Partners says that since 2016, equity ETFs have seen a 27% fall in their ongoing charges figures (OCFs), whilst charges applied to ‘clean’ share classes of index-tracking mutual funds (share classes with no trailer commissions to financial advisers) have dropped by 19%.

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