Active management fees remain 'resilient' while passives slash prices

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Active management fees remain 'resilient' while passives slash prices

Global active equity management fees for the largest investors have managed to withstand growing pricing pressures in the last few years, according to research by bfinance.

In its report entitled Investment Management Fees: New Savings and Challenges, the investment consultant found global active equity fees for institutional investors had fallen by a "meaningful" 8% since...

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