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Invesco seeks SEC approval for ETF designed to thwart copycats

September 26, 2019

Invesco wants to start a new type of exchange-traded fund that conceals its portfolio. The actively managed ETFs would rely on Invesco's own, proprietary design, according to regulatory filings from the $1.2 trillion money manager. Unlike conventional...

Franklin Templeton fund biggest loser as Argentine assets plummet

August 14, 2019

The dramatic decline in Argentine assets is wreaking havoc on some of the largest U.S. money managers. (More: The 4 biggest risks for US equity investors) Funds with high exposure to the South American nation tumbled Monday after President Mauricio...

Reading the Signs of the Global Financial Crisis

July 16, 2019

On Friday, September 12, 2008, the storied investment banking firm Lehman Brothers enjoyed an “A” credit rating from a prominent agency. On Monday, September 15, the firm filed for bankruptcy protection. More than a decade later, investors...

Panic sales rekindle debate over ETF liquidity

July 12, 2019

A couple of prominent investment funds are currently living through a portfolio manager's worst nightmare: So many customers are demanding their money back that withdrawals need to be frozen. Amit Deshpande, a former longtime risk manager, sees...

A Differentiated View Exposes Value in Cyprus

June 28, 2019

The financial crisis in Cyprus earlier this decade was so severe that it required an international bailout, prompting many investors to flee the small Mediterranean country. However, T. Rowe Price international fixed income team members—who...

Give us a break, active managers say

June 22, 2019

Ten years into a historic bull market run that has proved an ideal environment for passive, index-based investing, active managers are champing at the bit for a break in the cycle that would let them strut their stuff. "We need a bust," said...

Redefining 'tunnel vision'

June 13, 2019

Many Mid-Atlantic and New England drivers heading south often take a shortcut: the almost 18-mile-long Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, linking the Delmarva Peninsula with the Norfolk/Virginia Beach area. Consisting of two bridges, miles of causeway,...

Movie director's family office looks at investments through an ESG lens

June 3, 2019

James Cameron has thrived on disaster and dystopia over his 40-year career. But when it comes to personal investing, the Hollywood director is betting on a better future. Mr. Cameron, whose films have grossed about $6 billion worldwide, and...

A tale of two hospitals: How informed investing uncovered risks – and opportunities

May 3, 2019

Making informed investment decisions in the municipal bond market requires especially knowledgeable investment professionals who can generate insightful research. With more than 55,000 issues, the market is so vast that opportunities may be...

Who benefits the most from non-transparent ETFs?

April 12, 2019

After years of scrambling and determination, it looks like the actively managed mutual fund industry might finally get its wish to manage exchange-traded funds without having to publish daily investing positions like all other ETFs. The question...

ETF that doesn't reveal its assets poised to get SEC OK

April 9, 2019

An exchange-traded fund that doesn't have to reveal its assets is poised to get the regulator's blessing after a more than four-year wait. The Securities and Exchange Commission plans to issue an order granting Precidian Funds permission for...

2019 Lipper Awards: Faith-based fund takes a starring role

March 7, 2019

The 2019 Lipper Fund Awards by Refinitiv, recognizing the best risk-adjusted mutual fund performance, identifies more than 300 individual fund winners across multiple categories, but one of the biggest winners this year is a fund company that...

Annuity and mutual fund interests at odds over 401(k) disclosures

November 29, 2018

A fight is breaking out over retirement legislation that the U.S. Congress is trying to jam through before year's end, pitting insurance and mutual fund groups, as well as large 401(k) providers, against each other. The rancor concerns just...

SEC commissioner warns about use of leverage in ETFs

November 12, 2018

Investment products that use derivatives to improve returns are threatening the reputation of the $3.6 trillion market for exchange-traded funds, according to one of five commissioners at the Securities and Exchange Commission. "The risk with...

BlackRock leads October slide in stocks of asset managers

October 30, 2018

It's been a cruel month for U.S. asset managers. BlackRock Inc., State Street Corp. and rivals have seen their shares take a hit as jittery institutional investors have seized up in choppy markets. The other culprits: weak fee revenue and lackluster...

Stocks are doing OK. Asset managers' stocks? Not so much

September 14, 2018

The U.S. stock market is having another solid year. You wouldn't know it by looking at the shares of companies that manage money. The S&P index of 18 asset managers and custody banks is down almost 11% this year, compared with a gain of more...

Focus Financial IPO falls short of expectations

July 26, 2018

Focus Financial Partners' initial offering price of $33 was bid up by investors when the stock started trading Thursday afternoon. Despite the below-target offering price, the stock closed its first day of trading at $37.55, representing a 13.8%...

Efforts to help gig economy workers save for retirement gaining ground

July 10, 2018

With a sizable portion of American workers doing temporary, contract or on-demand work, the pressure is on everyone — companies, policymakers, the retirement industry and workers themselves — to figure out ways to make them better prepared...

Fidelity cuts target-date fund fees

June 15, 2018

Fidelity Investments, which has been cutting prices to compete with low-cost rivals such as Vanguard Group and Charles Schwab Corp., is trimming fees on the target-date index funds it sells to retirement plans and rolling out new offerings that...

Target-date-fund fees fall for ninth consecutive year

May 8, 2018

The average asset-weighted expense ratio for a target-date mutual fund series fell to 66 basis points in 2017, making it the ninth consecutive year the ratio has declined, said Morningstar's latest annual survey of target-date funds released...

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