Wealth manager research reveals true cost of fund manager exits

The departure of star managers may have hidden costs for investors "stampeding" for the exit, a wealth manager has warned.

Heartwood’s head of product and manager research Alan Sippetts (pictured) has examined the small print of leading UK-based active fund managers, calculating the cost of moving from one fund to a substitute...

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