New Hire Roundup: SEC Names Schneider Associate Regional Director for Pacific Northwest
Meanwhile, Advisor Software announced that Erik Jepson has joined as chief customer officer.
New Hire Roundup: Collins Named as TDAI’s Head of Advisor Transitions
Also this week in new hires, John Mastal joined Convergent Wealth, and E. Thomas Johnson Jr. went to Retirement Clearinghouse.
T. Rowe Price Approved to Launch Actively Managed ETFs
The fund shop has cleared the first hurdle in rolling out ETFs, which is says would not be similar to its traditional mutual funds
New Hire Roundup: McCarthy Elected IPA Board Chairman
This week in new hires, Frank McCarthy was elected chairman and five new members were added to the board of directors at IPA; the DiCiaccio and LaMothe-Gonzalez Groups joined Snowden Capital Advisors; more.
JPMorgan, Wells See Big Q3 Profits as Bank Lending Returns
Investors looking for good news found it Friday as JPMorgan and Wells Fargo both reported double-digit profits for the third quarter.
SEC’s Schapiro Adamant About Money-Market Fund Reforms
During a conversation between Schapiro and Mellody Hobson, president of Ariel Investments, at the ICI's annual conference, Hobson said the industry and the SEC were at “loggerheads” over the SEC’s plans.
SEC’s Schapiro in Dust-Up Over Money Market Conference
The refusal by the agency's chairman to attend a major money market industry conference in Orlando next week is raising concerns that the coming proposal will be sweeping and severe.
SEC’s Money Market Rule Changes Assailed by Fund Companies
ICI’s Paul Schott Stevens warns agency ‘hat trick’ will jeopardize investors, businesses, governments and the economic recovery.
Fund Flows Positive in April: KBW
Net mutual fund flows, both for equity and for fixed income funds, were solidly positive in April, according to data released Friday by Keefe, Bruyette & Woods. Emerging markets saw strong inflows and muni funds were still on the outflow, although that has slowed somewhat.
KBW Measures 14 Firms' Q3 Performance; Looks at Q4
In a Q3 wrap-up of 14 asset management companies, equity researchers at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods said the companies' performed as anticipated, leaving them well positioned for stronger Q4 results.