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Allocators should scrutinise ‘costly’ platform fund dynamics, says UBP

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An increase in fixed costs related to pay has made multi-manager platforms more expensive to end-investors, according to research by UBP.

“Platforms do appear to have become more costly over the last few years,” the Swiss group said in a paper authored by its $16bn Alternative Investment Solutions unit.

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