January 30, 2012
Fidelity Investments did something last week that a decade ago most likely was not imaginable-or feasible.
Fidelity Investments Institutional Services has been rebranded as Fidelity Financial Advisor Solutions. Lynne A. Goldman, executive vice president of investment product management and marketing, talked with MME about how the business helps advisers help investors.
Custom target-date funds are beginning to proliferate at the expense of their off-the-shelf counterparts. That's due to plan sponsors wanting to have greater control over what's in a fund and have access to a wider array of investments to put in them.
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Will the recent SEC alert chill the use of social media by asset management firms? Or simply put it on ice?
The two mostly widely held exchange-traded funds are from State Street Global Advisors. They are the ship that launched the industry, the SPDR S and P500 Fund (SPY) and the ship that allowed everyday as well as institutional investors to invest in gold, without the trouble of buying bullion.
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