Two top asset managers to drop staff bonuses

22nd August 2016

Author: Madison Marriage & Aliya Ram

Higher fixed salaries across the industry could also result in higher fees for investors, according to Andrew McNally, chief executive of Equitile, the boutique fund house.

“The issue the industry has is that it relies on too-high fees,” he said. “If everyone in the industry adopted Neil Woodford’s approach that [would] massively increase fixed costs, which means the industry is even less incentivised to change its fee [structures].”

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