Investors in funds say farewell to research fees – The Times
Investors in funds say farewell to research fees
A number of fund managers are planning to absorb the cost of investment research rather than making investors pay for it, in a shake-up of fund charges. On January 3 a package of EU rules called Mifid II, aimed at boosting transparency and fairness for …
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