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NICSA Panelists Dispel Myths About Women in the Workplace

The nonprofit organization plans to host more discussions on gender diversity and other forms of office discrimination in the future.

Dutch Speed Trader Is Taking on Citadel in U.S. ETF Market

Flow Traders said it received regulatory approval to trade directly with big U.S. investors and companies.

PureFunds' ETF Mix of Fearless Predictions

PureFunds CEO Andrew Chanin discusses what differentiates his firm's novel offerings from the rest of the industry.

Goldman Romps Past JPMorgan in Wall Street Battle of ETF Newbies

As the recent skirmishes show, both firms see room for more large players in the ETF market.

Expense Management for Alternatives Managers

Focusing on profitability and management of expenses helps alternative asset managers proactively manage and support their infrastructure more effectively.

Funds Dump Gold at Fastest Pace Since May as Fed View Shifts

Speculation is mounting that Fed officials, in a statement scheduled for release on Sept. 21, will signal that higher U.S. interest rates are on the way.

BlackRock Sees Aussie Appetite for Fixed-Income ETFs Growing

Assets in fixed-income ETFs swelled to A$2.32 billion ($1.7 billion) at the end of August.

Principal's Kim Seeks to Outsmart Rivals After Moving From Pimco

Kim is leading Principal's charge into ETFs, which he called a natural complement to the mutual funds that the insurer already offers.

Goldman Says Investors Forget That Many Stocks Love Higher Rates

"A sooner-than-expected hike could result in these stocks trading up sharply, but the options market is largely discounting / overlooking this possibility," strategists wrote in a client note.

Seven-Hour Capitulation Spurs Chart Mavens to Dust Off Bull Case

The S&P 500 Index's 2.5% selloff left 52% of its members at a 20-day low.

BlackRock's McKenna Said to Start Merger-Arbitrage Hedge Fund

BlackRock is joining firms including Paulson, Manikay Partners and Arrowgrass Capital Partners that have recently raised dedicated merger funds.

It's Fiduciary 'Escalation Time,' Top Exec Says

From hiring sprees to accelerating software launches, companies are gearing up for the significant expenses and changes wrought by the new regulation.

Chaos in Stocks Puts Live Managers Ahead of Robot Indexers

Even in the meltdown, investors continued to show aversion to the defensive industries that led the market in the first half, with utilities, phone companies and REITs bearing the worst of the losses.

Low-Volatility Funds Got Volatile as U.S. Stock Market Sold Off

Low-beta ETFs plunged even more than the broader market, extending a move that began two days earlier.

Data Now Driving Industry Reg Concerns

Managing a deluge of data analytics, adapting blockchain technologies, and providing increased data record security and transparency by regulators and investors are all issues firms will face, NICSA members say.