The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has proposed the introduction of a duty on asset managers to disclose aggregate transaction costs to pension schemes that invest in their funds.
In a new set of rules aimed at standardising the disclosure of transaction costs incurred by pension investments, the FCA also suggested asset managers should provide a breakdown of transaction costs on...
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