The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has targeted the absolute return sector in its asset management study, suggesting there is a "relatively high likelihood" an absolute return fund would provide negative performance.
While acknowledging absolute return funds can fulfil a role for investors, the FCA highlighted a myriad of concerns about the sector, which has grown substantially in recent years. The Targeted Absolute...
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