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Assessing Brexit’s Toll On Yields and Returns

– The shock of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union had asset management analysts scrambling to determine the impact on various fund offerings.

Investors Are Getting Ripped Off on Index Fund Fees, Lawsuits Say

– Index funds often benefit from a low-cost halo. They don't all deserve to bask in that glow.

Schwab Sees Cap on U.S. Yields Even as Treasuries Extend Decline

– Morgan Stanley and Northern Trust are among those who said this week that yields could set fresh lows in the months ahead

What Pimco's CEO Pick Says About Bond Giant's Next Step: Gadfly

– Man Group, the world's biggest publicly traded hedge fund manager, is looking blue after the departure of CEO Emmanuel "Manny" Roman to Pimco.

Pimco Names Man Group’s Chief Emmanuel Roman as Its New CEO

– In his new position, Roman will replace Douglas Hodge, who presided over a tumultuous time that included the departure of Bill Gross and a plunge in assets at the firm.

BBVA's Outside Venture Fund Backs Retirement Startup

– The San Francisco-based venture fund was joined by existing Guideline backers NEA and Lerer Hippeau Ventures in the round.

Cost-Cutting Efforts Secure ETFs’ Future

– As the industry endures market volatility and the onslaught of federal regulations, the search for cost reductions has become vital.

More Bad News for Asset Managers: Buybacks Lose Luster

– An already brutal year for large-cap managers, with only 18% beating the Russell 1000 Index through June 30, according to research.

Asset Manager Robo Club Continues to Grow

– The latest to join the digital advice club is Legg Mason, which revealed this month it had taken an 82% stake in robo platform Financial Guard.

Gold Assets in World’s Top ETP Drop by Most in Three Years

– Holdings in SPDR Gold Shares dropped 16 metric tons to 965.22 metric tons on Tuesday as U.S. equity markets reached record highs.

Bear Stearns Insurers Can’t Shake Bill for 2006 Settlement

– JPMorgan Chase, which acquired the company in 2008, is still trying to get insurers to foot part of the bill.

Democrats Assail Wall Street With Plan That May Hit Mom and Pop

– The party supports a financial transaction tax to rein in "excessive speculation" and fast traders that have "threatened financial markets."

The World's Most Powerful Stock Pickers Don't Manage a Penny

– Thanks to the surging popularity of passive investing, MSCI and a handful of its rivals are quietly replacing the giants of money management.

Shark Tank's O'Leary Surfaces With 17 New ETF Offerings

– All the proposed offerings have "quality" in the name and would employ a passive investing approach.

Small Employers Face Challenges With 401(k)s

– When it comes to offering 401(k) plans to their workforce, companies with less than 100 employees are far behind their larger counterparts.