Platforms come under fire over share class conversion

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Platforms are racing to update their conversion programmes as advisers complain about hefty charges when switching clients into clean share classes.

A number of platforms currently impose a spread between the ‘bid’ price and the ‘creation’ price of the new clean share class when selling bundled dual-priced funds, despite no transaction of share...

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