IPO Proceeds at Highest Level Since 2000, PwC Reports
Two hundred and eighty-eight companies made their public debut this year, a seven-year high.
Private Equity Pros Bullish on 2015
Technology, small caps and Asia hold most promise in coming year, a new PEGCC poll finds.
What Do Investors Want in an Advisor?
After studying what affluent investors want, the CFP Board suggests many firms' advisor training programs are inadequate.
Q3 Luxury Home Sales Increase as Buyer Profile Shifts
Redfin Research Center reported Wednesday that sales of homes for $1 million and up increased by 9% in the third quarter, while the total market declined by 1.2%.
ETF Assets Hit Record With Huge November Inflows
Exchange-traded funds had their third biggest asset inflow in the product’s two-decade history, according to ETF.com.
How Hedge Funds Will Fare in Next Big Crash
Agecroft Partners’ Don Steinbrugge says next time will be different.
World’s Ultrawealthy Population Grows 6% in 2014
These individuals account for 0.004% of the global adult population, but control nearly 12.8% of the world’s total wealth, a UBS/Wealth-X report says.
Traditional Institutional Asset Management Recorded Net $22.7B Inflows in Q3
The inflows are a turnaround from last quarter, when $80 billion left the funds, eVestment reports.
What Makes Social Media Users Donate to Charity?
"Trust the messenger, not the medium" appears to be the motto of charitably inclined social media users, according to the American Red Cross.
Top 10 Cybersecurity Trends for Financial Services in 2015
Developments include threats to Middle East firms, war gaming and creation of “fusion centers.”