Value for money: Aviva, Vanguard and HSBC GAM top consumer survey

Boring Money consumer survey

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Holly Mackay of Boring Money
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Holly Mackay of Boring Money

Five months ahead of the FCA's reporting deadline of value for money statements, a consumer survey has pitted Aviva Investors and Kames Capital at opposite ends of the value spectrum.

A recent survey by Boring Money asked 1,670 end investors whether their fund managers were offering value for money, influenced by factors such as brand familiarity, cost and recent performance. Aviva...

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