The negative sector outlooks also reflect the challenges that both markets face, including regulatory scrutiny, high expense ratios
and increasing attritional losses.
"In the third quarter, the Company's efficiency ratio and net operating expense ratios
decreased to 61.4% and 1.85%.
"But once that was all done and you take a look at the results, the expense ratios
The firm announced Friday it was launching three new equity index funds and waiving the lower single-digit expense ratios
through June 30, 2018.
According to the 2016 PLANSPONSOR Defined Contribution (DC) Survey, average asset-weighted expense ratios
of all investment options in 403(b) plans are mostly in line with those of all DC plans.
Deutsche Asset Management (Deutsche AM) has announced reductions of the net expense ratios
on a suite of US-domiciled global and emerging markets mutual funds, as well as management fee reductions on certain funds, the company said.
Which brings us to mutual fund expense ratios
. There's a popular meme which implies you're better off picking a fund with a low expense ratio
The new fund offers two low-cost share classes--investor shares and admiral shares--featuring expense ratios
below the core bond fund category average expense ratio
of 0.80 percent.
But the funds carry high expense ratios
and trading costs, making them less appealing because small daily moves are not enough to justify the expense.
Federal Housing Administration-approved borrowers had average housing expense ratios
of 28 percent.
Del Guercio, Dann, and Partch (2003) report that effective fund governance is associated with lower expense ratios
. Cremers, Driessen, Maenhout, and Weinbaum (2005) report that governance plays a role in fund performance and funds with higher director ownership perform better.
Each offers experienced managers and competitive expense ratios
. Moreover, Creuzot commends their "disciplined, consistent processes that have resulted in long-term performance relative to their peer groups."