IA to target fee transparency with new framework

Reported to be developing with regulators

Daniel Flynn
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IA to target fee transparency with new framework

The Investment Association has committed to developing a common framework with regulators and insurers to improve the disclosure of charges and transaction costs across the fund management industry.

According to the Financial Times, the representative body for the UK asset management industry has entered into discussions with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) around fee transparency. The paper...

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