Investment Managers Optimistic About U.S. Economy and Profit Growth
A Northern Trust survey found that investment managers see growth ahead even as the Fed slows quantitative easing.
Top 20 International Stock Funds in DC Space
The list is part of a series of rankings BrightScope regularly publishes to provide insight into the top funds and managers in the retirement marketplace.
Companies’ 401(k) Match Gets a Critical Change
Employers that suspended the match during the recession are restoring it with workers’ retirement readiness in mind.
Retirement Plan Participants Willing to Accept Restrictions
Retirement plan sponsors and consultants may have support for plan design reform from an unexpected source: plan participants themselves.
New Hire Roundup: IMCA Announces 2014 Board
Also this week, Celine Colgan joined the Presidio Group, Girard Securities welcomed David Bombart and National Planning Corp. promoted Scott Montgomery.
New Hire Roundup: Pensionmark Adds San Diego Office
This week in new hires, Pensionmark added a San Diego office to its advisor support program and Susan Dulde was named manager of operations at Next Generation Wealth Management.
New Hire Roundup: Goldman, Nelson Move Up at NFP; New Vice Chair at FASB
This week in new hires, Michael Goldman became COO and Carl Nelson head of mergers and acquisitions at NFP; John Taft of RBC Wealth Management became a LinkedIn Influencer; more
Schwab CEO Shows Some Love for RIAs: Weekend Interview
Walt Bettinger on how he values RIAs, helping advisors with changing client demographics and an aging workforce, and why he “cringes” at the growth of target-date funds.
Baird Nabs Morgan Stanley, UBS Advisors; Securities America Expands Recruiting Group
The new Baird teams come on board with some $800 million in client assets under management in Minnesota and Tennessee.
Wealthy Blacks Have Sunnier Outlook Than Most
Wealthy black Americans feel better off than they did five years ago, and think the country is better off as well, according to new research by Northern Trust.