MiFID II will significantly change the way costs and charges are disclosed to investors, affecting all provide investment services. So if you are a financial planner, wealth manager, asset manager, discretionary manager or a stockbroker acting on behalf of retail investors you will need to disclose all associated costs and charges.
We have laid out some key challenges of the directive, along with some practical ways in which you can address the new requirements
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