Germany’s fiduciary confusion

The simmering debate over institutional interest in fiduciary management in Germany – or rather the lack of it – has boiled over in recent weeks, with an array of consultants and asset managers weighing in on costs, transparency, conflicts of interest and even the very meaning of the term.

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