The vast majority of advisers want to see uniformity in the terms used for fund share classes, and are prepared to pay more in return, research suggests.
A survey of 230 advisory firms in September showed 85% of advisers found the terminology relating to share classes challenging and demanded more consistency. The gradual introduction of different share...
To promote 'long-term investment'
Switching 'hard and expensive'
Smaller funds still packing a punch
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