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Waddell & Reed latest active fund manager sued for 401(k) self-dealing

June 28, 2017

Waddell & Reed Financial Inc., which sponsors the Waddell & Reed and Ivy-branded investment funds, has been sued for self-dealing in its own 401(k) plan, joining a string of other asset managers to have been targeted recently for similar allegations....

Second-half outlook: Not as bad as you might think

June 20, 2017

With the Standard & Poor's 500 reaching record highs after an eight-year bull market, the Federal Reserve Bank raising interest rates and high stock valuations, strategists must be worried about the stock market, right? Not so much. Despite...

Bill Gross' Pimco successor, Dan Ivascyn, is on a hot streak

March 3, 2017

After star money manager Bill Gross left in 2014, Pacific Investment Management Co. seemed destined to fade from prominence and become just one of the many firms that dot the U.S. bond-industry landscape. But then Dan Ivascyn, the man tapped...

T. Rowe Price sued for self-dealing in its 401(k) plan

February 16, 2017

T. Rowe Price has been sued for self-dealing in its 401(k) plan, becoming the most recent in a growing list of financial services companies being targeted for allegedly acting out of financial self-interest in the construction of their retirement...

Aon Hewitt sued for 401(k) 'kickback' scheme with Financial Engines

January 31, 2017

Aon Hewitt is the latest retirement-plan record keeper to be sued for an alleged kickback scheme with 401(k) advice provider Financial Engines, following similar lawsuits filed recently against three other prominent record keepers. A participant...

Time to talk about financial wellness

June 5, 2016

Financial wellness is one of the hottest topics in the retirement industry today and at top of mind for many plan sponsors. Increased media focus on the retirement crisis, just within the past year alone, is heightening awareness that most people...

Precidian goes back to SEC for approval of active ETF plan

August 11, 2015

The backer of a first-of-its-kind ETF that would not disclose how its managers are invested sent a new proposal to regulators on Tuesday, accelerating a race that could allow active managers to strike back at the fast-growing index fund market....

SEC denies active ETF proposal as NextShares launches salvo against competitors

July 27, 2015

Regulators have denied for a second time a proposal for a first-of-its-kind actively managed ETF that would not have to disclose its underlying holdings, according to a letter from regulators made public on Monday. In a letter dated April 17,...

Health care creates a bright spot for beleaguered stock-pickers

July 24, 2015

Daniel P. Wiener almost never uses mutual funds that zero in on a single industry and try to pick the very best companies within it. But when it comes to the health care, Mr. Wiener is making an exception. He's all in. And his tool of choice...

Edward Jones' proprietary funds are outselling nearly all active managers

July 16, 2015

When it comes to formidable stock-and-bond pickers, DoubleLine, T. Rowe Price Group Inc., J.P. Morgan Asset Management are easily in the top echelon when it comes to winning money from investors. But this year each of them, and scores others,...

T. Rowe's Riley: Why it's time to start underweighting U.S. stocks

June 25, 2015

Darrell M. Riley, a member of the T. Rowe Price Allocation Group, discusses why it's time to underweight U.S. stocks in portfolios, and where the most opportunity is in international markets.

Smaller economies offering bigger returns in the emerging markets sector

May 24, 2015

A slowdown in Chinese economic growth, a pullback in Indian stock prices and the Damoclean sword of U.S. monetary policy are hanging over emerging markets. But that isn't stopping Chad White, president of Safe Harbor Wealth Management Inc.,...

Mutual fund companies blend into unwashed mass for consumers

May 18, 2015

The increasing trend toward commoditization of investment products is putting more pressure on asset management companies to try and stand out with investors, and some companies are doing a better job than others, according to a new study by...

T. Rowe Price names successor to CEO James Kennedy

May 6, 2015

William J. Stromberg was named president and CEO of T. Rowe Price Group, effective Jan. 1, spokesman Brian Lewbart said. Mr. Stromberg also will become chairman of the firm's management committee and join the board of directors at that time....

Target-date growth boosts T. Rowe's assets in the first quarter

April 22, 2015

T. Rowe Price Group reported $772.7 billion in assets under management as of March 31, up 3.5% from three months earlier and up 8.6% from a year earlier, according to the company's earnings statement Wednesday. Net inflows for the first quarter...

Target date fund costs continue decline, thanks to competition, new low-cost funds

April 9, 2015

Target-date fund expense ratios continued their steady decline, falling to 78 basis points in 2014 on an asset-weighted basis vs. 84 basis points in 2013, according to the latest annual survey of target-date funds published Tuesday by Morningstar...

Alternatives make push for retirement accounts

March 10, 2015

Alternative fund managers are getting a boost from a movement among retirement-plan advisers to use more open-architecture and custom target-date funds, according to interviews with managers and advisers who work in the space. Late last month...

T. Rowe assets up 2% in quarter despite $5.1 billion in net outflows

January 29, 2015

T. Rowe Price Group on Wednesday reported $746.8 billion in assets under management as of Dec. 31, up 2% from three months earlier and up 8% from a year earlier. Net outflows for the fourth quarter were $5.1 billion, compared with net inflows...

Vanguard warns advisers on stock risk in client portfolios

January 28, 2015

Investors are taking a level of risk not seen since 1999 and 2007, and financial advisers should restrain the impulse of clients to boost sagging returns. Martha G. King, who oversees Vanguard Group Inc.'s adviser-sales division, said investors...

Finding solutions to the key challenges of modern retirement

January 11, 2015

Just 30 years ago, most American workers were able to stop working in their early 60s and enjoy a long and comfortable retirement. That brief golden age is over, declares the new book “Falling Short: The Coming Retirement Crisis and What to...

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