Fund research firm Fitz Partners has found the ongoing charges figures (OCFs) for UK All Companies funds could rise by 0.25% if the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) goes ahead with its 'all-in' fee proposals.
The firm said the FCA's Final Report on the Asset Management Market Study could drive OCFs of many funds in the sector above the 1% threshold, which is considered 'the ceiling' by many investors when it...
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