The 2016 Broker-Dealers of the Year
The leaders of the winning firms share what sets them apart from the competition.
2016 Broker-Dealers of the Year: Eric Schwartz on Independence
Cambridge can bring together the relationships of a small firm and the resources of a large firm thanks to its private ownership and independent mindset, according to Eric Schwartz.
2016 Broker-Dealers of the Year: Ralph DeVito on Culture and Focus
The winner in Division II shares the firm's sole focus — reps.
2016 Broker-Dealers of the Year: Lon Dolber on Knowing What Advisors Need
The president and CEO of American Portfolios, Lon Dolber, still has a book of business, which gives him valuable perspective on what advisors are dealing with day to day.
2016 Broker-Dealers of the Year: Brian Murphy on the Value of a Broad Strategy
A vertical business isn't the best way to serve advisors and their clients, according to Brian Murphy of Lion Street Financial.
SMA Manager of the Year Rick Schmidt on Collaboration Without Consensus
In addition to winning for best international strategy, Harding Loevner won the award for best manager overall.
SMA Manager of the Year Mark Wynegar on Valuation
Tributary Capital Management's Small-Cap Equity portfolio manager shares what he looks for when choosing positions.
SMA Manager of the Year Geeta Aiyer on Creating Value in ESG Investing
Some advisors have hesitated to put their clients in ESG investments because they believe they don't provide the same rates of return as traditional products.
SMA Manager of the Year Justin Greene on DOL Fiduciary Rule
Russell Investment’s managing director explains how firms can be sustainable under new fiduciary rule.
SMA Manager of the Year Cory Robinson on Bond Duration
TJIM's Cory Robinson talks about what duration means for bond strategies in low-interest rate environments.