Soaring Fine Art Values Demand More Frequent Appraisals
From an insurance standpoint, sharply rising art values (and fine jewelry, for that matter) call for more appraisals. A little diversification wouldn’t hurt, either.
New Buyers Will Flow Into Housing Market in 2015: Forecast
Younger buyers will drive much of the housing market's growth as the job market improves, Realtor.com says.
Morgan Stanley Said to Uncover Theft After Ad Sought Speedcoins for Data
Data on 900 wealth management clients was posted on Pastebin, which led the wirehouse to investigate the case.
Has the Consumer Media Gotten the Fiduciary Message?
If some recent articles in The New York Times and Forbes are any indication, 2015 might become the year of "fiduciary-only."
5 Disruptors That Will Transform Advisors’ Businesses
In order to succeed, advisors must harness major trends already in process—those who don’t will fail.
SEC's White Vows to Get Tougher on Mutual Funds
"Liquidity management and the use of derivatives in mutual funds and ETFs are two key areas of focus" for SEC staff, Chairwoman White says.
2014 Advisor Hall of Fame
Now in its 24th year, Research magazine's eagerly awaited benchmark of industry excellence honors five.
Goldman Fires Bankers After Getting Confidential Fed Info
Goldman Sachs fired two bankers after one of them allegedly shared confidential documents from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York within the firm.
15 of the Weirdest & Craziest Cases in Health Insurance Fraud
Take a look at some of the costliest, creepiest and even dangerous to the public health insurance fraud cases.
Will Calpers’ Hedge Fund Flight Spook Other Public Pensions?
Most investors appear unlikely to follow suit in the near term, according to hedge fund experts.