Outsourcing buy lists offers investor benefit but industry unlikely to follow suit

ii says 'time to evolve'

James Baxter-Derrington
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Outsourcing buy lists offers investor benefit but industry unlikely to follow suit

Outsourcing fund buy lists “undoubtedly” offers benefits to investors, however the industry is unlikely to follow the example set by interactive investor and Morningstar last month.

On 17 January, interactive investor announced it had made the decision to outsource the collation, production and maintenance of its select lists, including Super 60 and ACE 40, to Morningstar. ...

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