October 24, 2014 – A roundup of industry highlights in the asset management industry.
Janus Capital Group Inc., the firm that hired bond legend Bill Gross last month, is positioned to pick up client deposits as his move sets an enormous amount of money in motion, said Chief Executive Officer Richard M. Weil.
Ken Pfeil, the chief information security officer for the Pioneer companies, shares the security measures he's taken to keep cybercriminals and malware exploits from affecting the infrastructure he oversees.
A roundup of industry highlights in the asset management industry.
The ETF industry has witnessed a number of new active ETF product introductions. As of mid October, 44 of the 161 ETFs launched this year were active as tracked by First Bridge Data.Current Issue
The nation's second largest mutual fund manager has a new leader, but the last name will remain the same.
The drive for boutique fund providers to outsource in order to streamline operations is largely motivated by the largest providers that make it difficult, if not impossible, for many new players to enter the industry and succeed over the long run.
A small but growing number of fund managers are finding that patenting an index strategy can have strategic and marketing advantages.
Mutual fund and ETF companies are always looking for more effective ways to communicate with current and prospective clients. The most valuable way is face-to-face communication.
Fund companies are known to go too great lengths to try to create alpha for their clients. Some rely on high-conviction strategies - a formula Alpha Architect says it can offer at lower costs. Money Management Executive asked the company's founder, Wesley Gray, about its business model and how it competes.
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