From news of ETFs and ETPs rebounding in March to BlackRock shaking up leadership, here's top news impacting mutual fund and ETF managers and providers.
Investors are piling into emerging- market exchange-traded funds at the fastest pace in seven months as they dump technology companies in favor of cheaper stocks.
With gold performance often hit or miss, fund managers who focus on this commodity face challenges marketing through the ups and downs.
The world's largest mutual fund company pulled in more than 90% of the more than $15 billion that investors poured into U.S.-listed ETFs in Q1, adding fuel to the fire of fund managers and providers who fear Vanguard becoming too big.
From investors scrambling out of ETFs to regulations prompting managers to change distribution strategies, here's top news impacting mutual fund and ETF managers and providers.
While IT budgets at buy-side firms have not fully recovered from the cutbacks of the Great Recession, front-office demands keep growing in quantity, complexity and required speed of response.
Goldman Sachs Asset Management (GSAM) announced it has entered into an agreement with Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (DeAWM) to acquire DeAWM's stable value business, with total assets under supervision of $21.6 billion as of June 30, 2013
Mutual fund families have traditionally left the topic of how to allocate certain fund expenses to management and fund officers.
Rob Goldman founded Goldman Small Cap Research (GSCR)--not affiliated with Goldman Sachs--in 2009. He has over 20 years of investment and research experience as a senior research analyst and as a portfolio and mutual fund manager.
Innovation is a constant in any industry, but sometimes in the fund business its mark is not always obvious.