Schemes are paying asset managers higher fees despite lower rates

Michael Klimes
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Some pension schemes could be paying investment managers 70% more in fees compared to six years according to Lane, Clark and Peacock (LCP).

Its latest annual investment management fee survey found average fee rates have fallen in 60% of asset classes since 2011 but this has not translated into lower costs for investors.   For an act...

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