How do we measure ‘value for money’?


I expect when all of us buy something, we ask ourselves “does this represent value for money?” The definition of value for money will be subjective, maybe you are buying a brand which represents quality and high end, or maybe you are driven to make a purchase purely on price. Regardless it’s likely to be a combination of factors in most cases. Historically we have never really analysed value for money when buying investment products and funds. However going forward, as investors we will receive the fund Board’s assessment of “value for money” on an annual basis, as part of…

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