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American Funds urges new client passwords over Heartbleed
Parent Capital Group says has no information indicating client accounts hacked.
Does Vanguard pose a threat to advisers?
The fund giant's online advice platform is viewed by some as a threat, but others see it as complementary. Trevor Hunnicutt reports.
Markets brave a presidential-cycle speed bump
Breakfast with Benjamin: It's a bad time for stocks, based on the presidential cycle. Plus: The Nasdaq tests correction territory; most money managers think U.S. stocks are pricey (but there is a market they love); a tech ETF for nervous investors; what advisers wish investors knew; and having ...
Gross prods El-Erian to explain reason for Pimco exit
More than two months after Pacific Investment Management Co.'s former Chief Executive Officer Mohamed El-Erian announced his resignation from the world's biggest bond manager, Bill Gross is still looking for a reason. Mr. Gross, 69, speaking in an interview with Bloomberg Television's Trish Regan,
TIAA-CREF in $6.25B deal to buy Nuveen Investments
TIAA-CREF, the manager of retirement accounts for teachers, has agreed to buy Nuveen Investments for $6.25 billion, including debt.The combined company would rank among the 20 largest U.S. mutual-fund firms.
Advisers say clients are calm, cool as market crumbles
Long-term outlook is still bullout even as correction gets nasty; volatility not a surprise
BNY Mellon more valuable with asset management unit spun off: Analysts
At annual meeting, CEO faces down analysts who say shareholders would gain more value if the big bank broke off Mellon.
Rising stock market volatility is no “sell” signal
Strategists are still finding value in equities as the bull ages; more advisers warming to real assets.
Billion-dollar teams inch into indie market
With improvements in technology and compensation models, independent firms are narrowing the gap in the competition for the biggest talent on Wall Street.
Advisers' business booming, but dark clouds looming
Firms lagging in long-term planning, standing out from the crowd and connecting with young investors.
Market stems sell-off but volatility is here to stay
The short and sudden streak of market volatility took a breather on Tuesday as traders took advantage of pullbacks by some of the higher-beta stocks. But financial advisers and market watchers are still telling investors to remain buckled in because the volatility probably isn't over. “I think this
Advisers create a franchise operation for divorce planning
Team to offer professional testimony in court, forensic accounting and other services.
How money managers fight their emotions and sometimes lose
Since the 2008 financial crisis, the notion that investors often behave irrationally has become axiomatic. What's more controversial is whether money managers can avoid making — or even exploit — the mistakes of the investing masses.
BlackRock expands top ranks in second revamp in two years
In a newly-announced restructuring, BlackRock CEO Laurence Fink is staying put but he has lined up new set of deputies and sets new roles for at least 10 execs.
Bank ETFs ride the choppy waves of Yellen-speak
Breakfast with Benjamin: Bank ETFs ride the choppy waves of Yellen-speak. Plus: Still waiting for Treasury yields to spike, new love for intermediate-term bond funds, hot stocks ahead of earnings reports, and even gold bugs are starting to worry about the precious metal's decline
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February 27, 2014