Are Money Managers Finally Cutting Out Complex Investments?


Published on May 12, 2014

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The CFA Institute last week met in Seattle for the world’s largest annual gathering of investment managers. John Authers finds out how money managers are beginning to cut out needlessly complicated investment products, and focus on cutting costs.

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