Former SEC Chairman Levitt: Mary Jo White a ‘Rock Star’ After SAC Plea
Insider trading is still "pervasive," Arthur Levitt says, and he wouldn’t have Steven Cohen as a client.
Investing in Credit: ‘Know When to Get Out,’ Says Pioneer’s Temple
A combination of traditional signals and nimble new strategies is a winning formula for the Boston-based fund family.
Dynasty Adds $1 Billion Texas-Based Wealth Team From Credit Suisse
Dynasty continues to build … well, a dynasty, at least in the independent advisory space.
Puerto Rico’s Bond Woes: What Went Wrong?
The island was flying high on the Fed’s quantitative easing; now the possible pullback has had an outsize, and devastating, impact.
2 Best Practices for Managing Client Expectations
"Wise questions" provide clues to subconsciously held biases and beliefs, says Curian’s Keith Johnson
Fox Financial Planning Network Unveils ‘Intelligent’ Automation Software
New middleware platform acts as "connector, translator and processor" to streamline advisor workflows.
4 Things for Fiduciaries to Consider With IRA Rollovers
New Pershing white paper tackles complicated proposed actions by DOL, SEC on the question of fiduciary duty.
Carson Institutional Alliance Adds Almost $1.4 Billion in First Year
Carson describes CIA as “a network of client-centered, growth-minded, solutions-focused advisor partners committed to delivering trust, transparency and accountability."
Scandal Scarred 10 Years On: Fund Directors Update Best-Practices Report
The report includes updated insight into fund governance and the advisory contract renewal process.
Equities See Largest Inflow Since 2000
Meanwhile, bond funds posted redemptions for the fifth consecutive month.