Continued economic uncertainty and budget constraints led many firms to seek to leverage existing investments more and focus their efforts on new fees and policies from suppliers, such as CME Group’s 15 percent fee increase (IMD, Feb. 20), or FTSE’s annual display license, which UK-based buy-side firms Slater Investments and Unicorn Asset Management both rejected (IMD, Sept. 10), or contributing to industry association-led efforts, such as Cossiom’s Niagara initiative (IMD, Feb. 27).
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