Is the fiduciary duty debate just for show?

It is hard to argue with the assertion that the fiduciary duty placed on investment intermediaries could be seen as a moral duty, a way of behaving, a form of conduct – to borrow a phrase recently employed by Daniel Godfrey, head of the UK’s Investment Management Association.

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Ivonne Forno , CEO of Laborfonds