Virgin Money is set to cut the fee on its controversially priced £2.7bn FTSE All-Share Tracker fund which has been heavily criticised by buyers for some time, reports suggest.
Telegraph Money reports that the fund's 1% fee will be reduced to 0.6% from Friday 25 January. Though the fee is still high compared to many FTSE trackers out in the market, it does include the cost...
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