Why asset managers may have trimmed more than their waistlines since January

Jonathan Boyd
Why asset managers may have trimmed more than their waistlines since January

It's been a year since the Mifid II regulations came into play, and the asset management industry has undoubtedly seen a shakeup. With absorbing the costs of research becoming the norm amongst most, the first year has been somewhat of an experiment. Up until now, research providers have had their say being given free rein to price their research as they see fit. However, the CFA Institute has recently warned that research providers have "weathered a shakeout" as investment managers sought to ...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.