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Artemis goes back to Cofunds

A week after saying it would turn its back on all fund supermarkets, Artemis has made a u-turn, restating its allegiance to Cofunds.

The boutique fund manager says its’ concerns with supermarkets only applied to Fidelity’s FundsNetwork, and that it will remain on the Cofunds platform. Fidelity says its dispute with Artemis centred around charges for the platform.

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