Market Watchdogs Breathe New Life Into Debate Over Mutual Fund Fees In Canada

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A regulatory probe into mutual fund fees that generated heated debate after its start in 2012, but then went quiet this year, showed signs of life again on Friday. The Canadian Securities Administrators, an umbrella group for provincial regulators, said two research contracts have been handed out to study fees and evaluate whether regulatory intervention is…

Market watchdogs breathe new life into debate over mutual fund fees in Canada

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