Is the DFM cost war in danger of leaving suitability behind?

'Vanilla products with little differentiation'

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Is the DFM cost war in danger of leaving suitability behind?

As cost competition intensifies in the discretionary fund manager (DFM) market, Jon Yarker explores whether there is a risk of client service being negatively impacted as a result...

Over the past few years DFMs have capitalised on a growing demand for outsourcing investment functions from advisers. The advantages for those using this route are clear: for a fee they can offload the...

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