First State has raised the annual management fee on the institutional share class of its Asia Pacifi...
First State has raised the annual management fee on the institutional share class of its Asia Pacific portfolio, managed by Angus Tulloch, from 0.75%pa to 0.85%pa. The group said this brings its charges in line with the group's Global Emerging Markets portfolio, also run by Tulloch's team. The increase takes effect at the end of April. The group said it has no plans to raise retail fees.
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