The Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) recent review of fund managers’ Assessment of Value (AoV) reports makes for “pretty damning” reading … Continue reading FCA value assessment review: An ‘uncomfortable read’ but unsurprising
A Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) review of fund managers’ Assessment of Value (AoV) reports has revealed widespread failures in the … Continue reading FCA warns of potential intervention after damning review of fund value assessments
A review of 18 fund managers between July 2020 and May 2021, covering different business models and sizes, found most had not implemented Assessments of … Continue reading Fund managers falling short on assessing the value of their funds – FCA
One year ago this month, landmark rules came into force obliging UK asset managers to come clean about the value … Continue reading Have the FCA’s fund reforms changed the industry?
The UK’s financial watchdog has urged fund boards to actively challenge investment managers over the value they deliver to retail … Continue reading UK fund boards must ‘challenge’ firms, warns FCA – Ignites Europe
Irish fund directors have criticised recent measures by the Central Bank of Ireland to force boards to more closely monitor … Continue reading Irish directors wary of new governance rules – Ignites Europe
Fund research company Fitz Partners has launched a service intended to allow fund fee committees and fund directors to evaluate … Continue reading Asset management roundup: French regulator examines fund fees