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SAN FRANCISCO — The days when registered investment advisers could remain as cloistered and mysterious to outsiders as a John Grisham-style law firm may be drawing to a close.
Seizing an opportunity to exploit the perceived integration problems of Advent Software Inc.’s offerings to financial advisers, 19 technology companies have formed YourSilverBullet.net.
SAN FRANCISCO — Thomson Financial’s recent acquisition of a Belgian software company is a clear indication of its desire to appeal to higher-end financial advisers, analysts say.
PHILADELPHIA — As part of its ongoing efforts to appeal to financial advisers, The Vanguard Group Inc. has added several features to its adviser website.
OTTAWA — A tussle has erupted over what to do with complaints against more than 2,000 brokers that the Investment Dealers Association of Canada inadvertently posted on its website.
Hedge fund manager Phillip Goldstein, who has been accused of marketing alternative-class investments to a non-qualified investor through his firm’s website, is crying foul by drawing attention to what he described as a “sting operation” aimed at him and his company.
SAN FRANCISCO — The biggest software company in the world may be forcing financial advisers to purchase expensive hardware in the wake of its recent upgrade.
NEW YORK — The online options trading arena is rapidly expanding, as the cost to trade such investments has fallen significantly.
BOSTON — Franklin Resources Inc., the nation’s fourth-largest mutual fund company, boosted its head count by 229 workers last quarter, with more than 90% of that growth coming from India, where it opened a new facility last month.
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