Advisers add to protest over Cofunds' fees

Salih, Chris; Nickerson, Kira
September 2009
Money Marketing;9/17/2009, p5
The article reports on the accusation made by Dennehy Weller & Co. managing director Brian Dennehy against Cofunds in Great Britain. It indicates that Dennehy has charged Cofunds regarding its increasing fees for fund firms. It also mentions that there are also concerns about Cofunds' platform of starting a guided architecture programme with Old Broad Street Research Ltd. (OBSR).


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