Michael Klimes looks at the latest proposal to bring transparency on asset manager costs.
Improving market effectiveness and competition could net investors an extra £37.5bn in returns over 30 years according to Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) interim chief executive Tracey McDermott.
The Investment Association (IA) has introduced a working group to help establish a new code for disclosing asset management fees and costs.
Daniel Godfrey who left the Investment Association (IA) last year has been appointed ambassador of the Transparency Task Force which campaigns for greater transparency.
Jonathan Stapleton attended the second Transparency Symposium, held in London last week, to hear about the steps being taken to improve transparency.
Three core divisions
Loss of funds leads to closure
The Investment Association (IA) says it is still absolutely committed to getting better transparency on fund management costs and charges for pension trustees.
Director of compliance fills role
Savers need more than a nudge
PP looks at whether engagement was successful in tackling concerns in four large firms including GSK and AstraZeneca
The proportion of asset managers reporting to clients on their stewardship and voting activities fell last year, according to the Investment Association.
Stephanie Baxter speaks to Investor Forum chairman Simon Fraser about how the organisation can benefit pension schemes.
Jonathan Lipkin says asset managers are not ripping off customers but must tell investors clearly what they are paying
The fund management industry must stop "lurking in the shadows" and regain investors' trust, according to Investment Association (IA) chairwoman Helena Morrissey.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have launched a call for evidence on disclosure of transaction costs.
PP looks at the latest proposals to actually tell schemes what they pay asset managers
The Investment Association has set out plans for asset managers to disclose portfolio turnover rates to investors and give them an idea of how this compares to other funds.
Pressure from companies to water down proposed changes to the EU Shareholders' Rights Directive has been criticised by the Investment Association.
The Investment Management Association has been rebranded to The Investment Association as of today to reflect its widened membership.