U.S. Nonprofits Lost 3% of Donors in 2014
While overall donations increased, charities lost more donors than they recruited, the Fundraising Effectiveness Project found.
Millennials Motivated to Plan for Future, but Feel Overwhelmed by Options
Nearly 80% of millennials are struggling to understand their choices for retirement planning, a Lincoln Financial survey found.
Hedge Funds Extend Monthly Losses, Down 1.1% in September
Hedge funds recorded their fourth consecutive monthly loss in September, the longest sustained decline since the 2008 financial crisis, Hedge Fund Research reported.
Schwab Donor-Advised Fund Clients Gave $1 Billion to Charity in FY2015
Clients supported 42,000 charities, Schwab Charitable reported.
Private Equity Fund Closings in Q3 at Record Low
The July-to-September tumble was the third consecutive quarterly decline in fundraising, Preqin reported.
Big Money Managers Fall Short in Disclosing ESG Investment Strategies: Report
More and more money managers are taking environmental, social and governance factors into account, but many aren't telling investors about their criteria, US SIF found.
Investor Sentiment Tanked in Q3: John Hancock
John Hancock’s Investor Sentiment Index dropped to 23 in the third quarter, down six points from its record high in Q2.
New Providers in U.S. ETF Space Set Record: ETFGI
Asset managers are tripping over themselves to get into the U.S. ETF and ETP space, according to a report released Thursday by ETFGI.
Family Wealth Advisors Struggle to Price Their Services
The lives of wealthy families have become increasingly complex, making it harder for family wealth providers to set client fees, according to a new study.
Employees With Responsible Investing Options Are Happier: Study
Employees who have access to responsible investing options in their retirement plans are more satisfied with their employers than those who don't, a Calvert study found.