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Tom Orecchio

March 3, 2008

Tom Orecchio has some bones to pick. A recent study by Rand Corp. of Santa Monica, Calif., on investment advisers and broker-dealers didn't ask the right questions, according to Mr. Orecchio, chairman of the Arlington Heights, Ill.-based National...

Geithner eases fears about mutual fund regulation — sort of

May 5, 2011

Based on what Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said yesterday, it seems pretty unlikely that all mutual funds are going to be designated as systemically important financial institutions under Dodd-Frank. In a question and answer session at...

Funds leaving well enough alone fare better

October 4, 2004

CHICAGO - Sometimes, mutual fund managers might be better off leaving their fund portfolios alone. Morningstar Inc. in Chicago came to that conclusion in a recent "hands on/hands off" comparison of some of the largest U.S. diversified-equity...

Lipper awards: Vanguard the new victor

February 27, 2018

In terms of pure weight, no fund company collected more iron at this year's Thomson Reuters Lipper Awards than The Vanguard Group. The Tuesday evening award ceremony in New York saw the Malvern, Pa.-based fund complex capture 29 trophies by...

Morningstar-WSJ feud gives CFRA opening to challenge bigger rival's methodology

November 30, 2017

In the wake of the big public feud between Morningstar Inc. and the Wall Street Journal, advisers are looking for alternative sources of mutual fund analysis — and at least one firm is promoting its differences with the Chicago-based fund...

Irma wreaks havoc on mutual funds even before it reaches Florida

September 8, 2017

Stephen Barnes has suffered damage from Hurricane Irma even before it hits Florida. He owns Stone Ridge Reinsurance Risk Premium Interval Fund, a mutual fund that dropped 11 percent this week as the hurricane wreaked havoc in the Caribbean....

Highland to convert open-end fund to closed-end

September 29, 2017

You've probably heard of closed-end mutual funds converting to open-end funds. But Highland Floating Rate Opportunities Fund (HFRAX) is hoping to go in the other direction, thanks to a potentially massive legal settlement it's expecting from...

Thrivent Financial quietly expands beyond Christians

August 23, 2017

Thrivent Financial doesn't do anything necessarily fast, so it might have been easy to miss the evolution over the past several years of the world's largest fraternal organization, which has a history dating back 115 years. But the Appleton,...

Eduardo Repetto to leave Dimensional Fund Advisors

August 15, 2017

Eduardo Repetto, co-CEO and co-CIO of Dimensional Fund Advisors, will leave DFA in September, the company said Tuesday. Gerald O'Reilly, currently co-CIO, will become co-CEO with David Butler. David Booth, the company's founder, will continue...

A shares live on, despite some hefty upfront sales charges

July 13, 2017

Remember the days when your clients paid you upfront to buy a mutual fund? Apparently, those days aren't entirely gone. The 15 largest A share classes saw net new cash flow of $8.1 billion over the past 12 months, according to Morningstar Inc....

American Funds clobber Lipper Awards for target-date funds

March 23, 2017

The American Funds added 24 Thomson Reuters Lipper Awards to their trophy case for 2017, while Thrivent and TIAA collected top honors as well. The awards were presented Thursday night at an awards dinner in New York. The American Funds, a longtime...

John F. Donahue, founder of Federated Investors, dies at 92

May 12, 2017

John F. Donahue, a founder and longtime leader of Federated Investors Inc., has died. He was 92. He died Thursday in Naples, Florida, of natural causes, Ed Costello, a company spokesman, said Friday in an email. Donahue, who served as chairman...

Advisers OK with David Booth stepping down as co-CEO of Dimensional Fund Advisors

February 23, 2017

Advisers took the announcement in stride Thursday that David Booth, founder of Dimensional Fund Advisors, was leaving his post as co-CEO of the firm. DFA, the $460 billion fund powerhouse, has made David Butler co-CEO alongside Eduardo Repetto....

Brinker Capital rolls out DOL fiduciary rule-friendly funds

April 12, 2017

Brinker Capital, an investment management platform geared toward financial advisers, is jumping on the fiduciary-rule bandwagon by converting $7 billion worth of managed account assets into a family of 10 mutual funds. The Destinations funds,...

At Vanguard, customer complaints rise along with assets

February 16, 2017

As assets at Vanguard have soared, customer complaints have risen, too — something the fund behemoth is taking steps to fix, in part by hiring 1,700 new employees this year. Customers flooded Vanguard funds with $323 billion in new money last...

Investors to U.S. stock funds: Drop dead

February 16, 2017

The Standard & Poor's 500 roared to a 1.98% gain in January, and investors yawned. The first winning January since 2013 should have cheered investors: A winning January agurs an up year 80% of the time. Yet U.S. stock funds saw a net inflow...

Morningstar announces top fund managers

January 26, 2017

David Herro was named international stock fund manager of the year by Morningstar Inc., the third time he has earned that distinction. Mr. Herro, who runs Oakmark International (OAKIX), was one of several fund managers to earn awards from Morningstar....

Calamos Asset Management to be taken private by its owner

December 19, 2016

Calamos Asset Management, one of the biggest money managers in Illinois, has agreed to be taken private by its longtime owner, founder and chairman, John Calamos, and its CEO, John Koudounis. The Naperville-based company, which manages money...

Putnam merges, liquidates 10 funds

February 9, 2017

Putnam Investments is sending 10 of its funds to the dustbin of history. The Boston-based fund company will liquidate four funds: Strategic Volatility Equity Fund (PSVEX), Asia Pacific Equity Fund (PAPAX), Retirement Income Fund Lifestyle 2...

BlackRock's Laurence Fink watching how companies react to global upheaval

January 24, 2017

Laurence Fink, CEO of BlackRock Inc., said in a time of global upheaval — from Brexit to the election of Donald Trump — it's imperative that companies constantly assess their strategy and adapt to changing markets. In his annual letter to...

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