More 'skin in the game'? interactive investor calls for US-style fund disclosure rules

Overhaul of transparency guidance urged

Pedro Gonçalves
clock • 3 min read
ii users recently said it should be mandatory for fund managers to disclose whether they invest in the fund they manage
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ii users recently said it should be mandatory for fund managers to disclose whether they invest in the fund they manage

interactive investor is calling for new rules requiring fund managers to disclose how much they have invested in the funds and investment trusts they manage to increase transparency regarding their "skin in the game".

The direct-to-consumer investment platform has written to the Financial Conduct Authority and the Financial Services Consumer Panel, calling for measures to be brought in similar to those in the US...

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