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Fidelity promotes Perold to asset management chief

December 1, 2009

Jacques Perold was named head of Fidelity Investments' $1.4 billion asset management group, which includes Pyramis Global Advisors, said Vincent Loporchio, spokesman. Mr. Perold replaces Michael Wilens, who will become leader of Fidelity's workplace...

Al Frank Asset Management buys Innealta

December 1, 2009

Al Frank Asset Management Inc. today announced it has acquired Innealta Portfolio Advisors LLC, a quantitative asset management firm specializing in the creation and tactical management of exchange-traded fund portfolios. “This acquisition...

Bonuses down for 2009 despite market jump

November 22, 2009

Incentive pay for traditional money management, hedge funds and private equity will fall on average 15% to 25% below 2008 levels, even with the market rebound and a stabilizing investment industry, according to a new study by compensation consultant...

A rosy quarter for assets under management

November 15, 2009

The latest quarter was an enormous relief for many major money managers, which reported gains in assets under management for the three-month period ended in September, though several still saw declines from a year earlier. Affiliated Managers...

ING replaces chief executive of $600B investment management biz

October 29, 2009

ING Groep NV today named Gilbert Van Hassel as its new chief executive officer of ING Investment Management. Mr. Van Hassel succeeds Jacques de Vaucleroy, who resigned on Monday to pursue other interests. Mr. Van Hassel joined ING in 2007 as...

Bond giant Pimco plans to build up its active-equity capability

October 25, 2009

Pacific Investment Management Co. LLC is planning to build active-equity-management capability, possibly by lifting an existing team from a rival firm, according to sources familiar with the company. For a money manager so entrenched in bonds,...

Back in the game: Gary Black, former Janus CEO, launches investment shop

October 23, 2009

Gary Black, former CEO of Janus Capital Group, launched a new money management firm, Black Capital Management, in New York. In a telephone interview, Mr. Black said his firm, which will be SEC registered, will offer traditional long-only as...

Compensation in money management: Optimism is outpacing reality, reports finds

October 19, 2009

Efforts by money management executives to revamp their firms’ compensation policies are being complicated as a revival of optimism this year has outpaced the rebound in profits, according to a report released Oct. 19 by New York-based executive...

Startup taps Facebook, Yahoo to help investors meet money managers

October 18, 2009

In yet another example of the ever-expanding power of social media, a startup investment platform is hoping to invade the mutual fund industry's turf by hooking up investors directly with money managers via such social-networking websites as...

Lincoln sells Delaware Management to Macquarie, Columbia to Ameriprise next?

August 19, 2009

One big deal is in the books — and another is in the process of being finalized — a sign that merger and acquisition activity continues accelerate in the money management industry. Lincoln National Corp. of Radnor, Pa., today revealed that...

Pimco's Gross ponies up $23M for posh new pad

August 14, 2009

It was listed for $26 million, but bond guru Bill Gross bought a bay-facing home on Harbor Island in Newport Beach, Calif., for $23 million, according to reports. Mr. Gross, co-chief investment manager at Pacific Investment Management Co. LLC...

SEC charges Massachusetts-based manager with running a Ponzi scheme

June 25, 2009

A Wayland, Mass., money manager settled charges Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission in connection with a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme. Michael Regan and his firm, Regan & Co., an unregistered entity, was charged with defrauding...

Stock jockeys feeling bullish, Russell finds

June 23, 2009

Investment managers are gathering into a bull stampede, according to the latest findings from Russell Investments. The Investment Manager Outlook, a quarterly survey of approximately 300 institutional money managers, found that while most managers...

BlackRock poised to grab No. 1 spot

June 14, 2009

Make way for the 1,600-pound gorilla in the money management industry. BlackRock Global Investors — scheduled to emerge in the fourth quarter from the mega-marriage of BlackRock Inc. and Barclays Global Investors — will be the world's largest...

Rydex SGI aims to refocus on asset management

June 14, 2009

Rydex Investments, now Rydex SGI, is repositioning itself to focus on an expanded set of asset management capabilities. That is the idea behind the re-branding of the firm, the result of a merger last month between Rydex Investments of Rockville,...

BlackRock deal for BGI near

June 5, 2009

BlackRock is likely to announce an agreement to buy Barclays Global Investors from Barclays, creating the world’s biggest institutional money manager, according to sources who declined to be named. A source not directly involved in the deal...

Neuberger Berman targets brokers, advisers

May 10, 2009

Executives of Neuberger Berman Group LLC, now running the $155 billion money manager as an independent firm, plan to share some of their institutional-only investment strategies with investment advisers and individuals for the first time. The...

Morningstar unveils study of the best and worst 529 plans

April 23, 2009

Morningstar Inc. today released its annual list of best and worst Section 529 college savings plans. The study, which involved 80 plans, focused on the underlying funds, expenses, diversification, asset allocation and flexibility, the Chicago-based...

Perkins reopens fund to new investors

March 13, 2009

Perkins Investment Management LLC today announced that the Perkins Small Cap Value Fund (JSCVX) will reopen to new investors. The $697 million fund has been closed since February 2000 and the reopening is effective today. The firm also added...

Putnam employees to work more hours

March 13, 2009

Employees at Putnam Investments will work longer hours starting May 4 when a companywide change in the workweek is implemented. Full-time employees will start working 37.5 hours a week, a company spokeswoman confirmed today. Employees had been...

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