New Hire Roundup: Great-West Financial Names Manello CFO
Also in new hires, Treasury's Office of Financial Research added 11 new members to its financial research advisory committee.
Waddell & Reed Fires Fund Manager, Names New President
Two high-profile departures from the firm have caught Morningstar raters' attention.
The 2% Solution: NAPFA Changes Its Membership Standard
I find myself in the curious position of agreeing with both the NAPFA rule change and the advisors who oppose it.
PIMCO Taps McCulley as Economist; Calvert's Krumsiek to Shift Roles
PIMCO rehired Paul McCulley to serve as a managing director and take on a new role as the group's chief economist. McCulley, who worked for the firm from 1990 to 1992 and from 1999 to 2010, also will be a member of PIMCO's Investment Committee and will report directly to...
Swiss Firm Brings Together Science, Application in Behavioral Finance
“Prior to the crisis, it seemed there was a belief that a customer in Switzerland is the same as a customer in China, but this is not at all the case for a number of reasons,” Hens said.
Raymond James, Baird, Wells Fargo Add Reps From Rivals
The freshly recruited teams include families as well as individual advisors.
12 Best & Worst Broker-Dealers: Q1 Earnings, 2014
This quarter saw surprising performance dips and peaks across the financial sector.
Harvesting Gains From Global Crop Investments
Agriculture isn’t foolproof, but investing in the global crop sector can reap rewards.
PIMCO Brings Back McCulley
Bond group rehires popular economist Paul McCulley in hopes of stemming outflows, rebuilding leadership in wake of El-Erian's exit.
Wirehouse Fees & Commissions: Who’s on Top?
One big firm surpasses its rivals by a very comfortable margin when it comes to both advisor productivity and average AUM.