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Fund managers must offer genuine partnershipsBY MARK SMITH | WEDNESDAY, 14 SEP 2016 10:49AM
Pricing too aggressively and paying nothing more than lip service to the notion that your clients are your partners is a slow route to profitability, according to GQG Partners chairman and chief investment officer Rajiv Jain.
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