The highly anticipated first editions of Assessment of Value reports have started to hit the websites of asset managers with UK-authorised funds.
A key requirement of the FCA’s Asset Management Market Study, these reports are the first articulation by asset managers of the value they provide to their customers and while they may not yet be at the top of every individual investor’s “must-read” list, they are eagerly awaited by the wider industry.
To make it easy for our members to view these reports as they are published, Fund Boards Council is today launching its Assessment of Value Report Bank – a central repository of Assessment of Value reports that will be updated as soon as new reports are published.
Available exclusively to Fund Boards Council’s corporate and individual members via their Member Portal, we hope that the Report Bank will make it easy for members to find and download these reports as needed.
To coincide with the publications of the first Assessment of Value reports, experienced iNED, JB Beckett, sets his sights on the first wave of AoV examples and suggests what fund boards can learn from them. Read JB’s insights in the latest edition of his regular “Diary of an iNED”column for Fund Boards Council.