Making IA sectors more granular may at first sight appear against investors' best interests but, argues Juliet Schooling Latter, it should assist advisers and their clients in making investment choices
A rose by any name other would smell as sweet - to quote the Bard. That may be well and good for flowers and star-crossed lovers in Verona, but can the same be said for investments? Does it make a difference...
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