Advisers asking 'wrong questions' in DFM due diligence

Carmen Reichman
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Advisers are not asking the right questions when doing due diligence on discretionary fund managers (DFM), one such firm has said, in response to criticism it is "impossible" to compare their costs and services.

'What are you charging' is frequently asked - instead of more specific questions - and can be answered in "various ways", making direct cost comparison more difficult, according to Thesis Asset Man...

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