Pushing down on fees

The issue of management fees and investor value has been rising on the agenda in the UK since the FCA introduced its Assessment of Value regime last year.

The focus has now moved to the European Union after the pan-European financial regulator Esma recently said that funds were overcharging retail investors and urged more consistency on fees across the EU.

In June Esma called for greater coordination between EU member states to prevent asset managers from overcharging retail investors.

And what will this mean for UK asset managers once the Brexit transition come to an end in December?

These are some of the issues examined in a feature article in the summer edition of Funds Europe. The complete article may be read here.

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