IA finds no evidence of hidden fees in equity funds

Research conducted with Fitz Partners

Daniel Flynn
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IA finds no evidence of hidden fees in equity funds

The Investment Association has published new research which has found no evidence of hidden fees in equity funds negatively affecting returns earned by investors.

In a new report, the trade body used analysis of the accounts of hundreds of equity funds to find that the asset-weighted average portfolio turnover rate across all equity funds is 40%, too low to support...

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