Falling on deaf ears

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From November 2007, the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (Mifid) will require all private banks to secure best execution for clients. "The regulator demands that we accurately price and risk-profile products from a range of investment banks," says Andrew Popper, chief investment officer at SG Hambros Private Bank in London. The rules make sense, particularly in a climate of open architecture. After all, in theory at least, private banks are there to service their clients and not th

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