Richard Buxton, chief executive of Old Mutual Global Investors, tells Investment Week editor Katrina Lloyd why he believes some of the regulator's recent assumptions about active funds in its Asset Management Market Study were "questionable", although he supports the "sensible" suggestion for greater fund board independence.
He also gives his views on the paper's proposals for improving fund charging transparency, while managing the "tricky" issue of brokerage commissions. Finally, Buxton discusses his plans for OMGI after...
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