Asia-Pacific fund managers should start using commission sharing agreements more frequently to achieve the best deals for their customers, according to research firm Celent.

"The Asian markets stand to benefit from the use of CSAs because they are expected to increase transparency and reduce the conflict of interest that exists when an asset manager pays commission to a broker that is engaged in both execution and research," says Anshuman Jaswal, Celent's senior analyst and author of a report issued on Friday.

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