I too think D is correct
"fees of investment officers " is preferred to "investment officer's fee"
Hence A,B, E out.
I do not agree to above reason. As Denis said, present perfect is required: A, B, E are out
between C and D, C uses subjunctive mood. Subjunctive implies uncertainty. but here the law is already in practice from 1986, so no uncertainty. hence C is out.
Not sure whether subjunctive is correct or not.
I think D is better for following reasons:
1) In C, began to allow that - it seems awkward to me (D is simple and neat). Can someone qualify the usage of 'to allow that"?
In D, based on the performance of the funds they manage
- simple noun phrase
In C, based on how the funds they manage perform
- Clause with subject and verb
also note that the above segment is the part of modifier when the Department ...
* Recommended ==> Usage of verbs in the modifiers should be minimum
Please correct me wherever I am wrong!
Consider kudos for the good post ...
My debrief : journey-670-to-720-q50-v36-long-85083.html