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The FCA has published, occasional Paper OP32, rather than to the art FCA. Occasional Papers contribute to the work of the FCA by providing rigorous research results and stimulating debate. Proposed a new value for money rule. Responsibility for an AFMs value for money assessments. At same time as the SM CR extension mid to late 2019 value for money. Which would require AFMs to assess whether investors had received value for money on an ongoing basis and which would need. By 12 months implementation switching share classes. To the extent that Occasional Papers contain any errors or omissions.
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However CP18/9 does not cover the all-in fee and the possible standardisation of disclosure of fees and charges.Consultation Paper (CP18/9) which focuses on information provided to investors on fund objectives and the use of benchmarks.