FCA's Bailey: More work to be done on fees

Regulator does not want to 'incentivise short-termism'

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Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chief executive Andrew Bailey has said despite "big changes" already taking place in the area of fund fees, more work is required from the industry and the regulator.

Bailey (pictured) said the FCA wanted to "continue the dialogue on value for money" within the sector as part of recommendations made in its recent Asset Management Market Study. Speaking at the...

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