New Hire Roundup: SIFMA Elects New Board Officers
Meanwhile, global law firm Ropes & Gray announced that Debra Lussier has been promoted to a partner in the firm’s private investment funds practice
Is the Profession Really Concerned With Rebuilding Investor Trust?
A broader discussion of the trust imperative for the advisory profession—and the appropriate subsequent concrete actions—is needed, and advisors need to lead the way.
Mutual Fund Spotlight: One For All
It may seem only natural that Chicago-based Ariel Investments' flagship $2.3 billion Ariel Fund attracts more attention than the firm's other products. After all, it...
"NAPFA Is Back," Says Group's Chair
With more than 500 attendees and 110 exhibitors, "NAPFA is back," Bill Baldwin, 2009-2010 chair of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors, told the...
NAPFA Makes Big Comeback at National Meeting
"NAPFA is back," Bill Baldwin, 2009-2010 chair of the National Association of Financial Advisors, told the assembled multitude as the organization of fee-only planners opened its national meeting in Chicago on Wednesday, May 19.
NAPFA Makes Big Comeback
Fee-only planners gather in Chicago, as new chair is elected.
Record Number of CFA Candidates
Despite the global economic downturn, a record number - 128,600 individuals from 154 countries - of serious investment professionals have enrolled for the June 2009...
Value investors start to bail
We revisit comments made by Craig Callahan, ICON Advisers founder and president, in last month's feature, "Where are top portfolio managers finding alpha?" Said Callahan, "In...