Former Nova Scotia lawmaker lands senior business development job
Capacity targets have one investment firm moving to cap three funds in the coming weeks – a move that is part of a broader trend to optimize investment value
Beth Hamilton-Keen, CFA, has been elected the new chair of the Board of Governors of CFA Institute, the global association of investment professionals.
With the markets looking inflated, a growing number of finance professionals say paying 140% of book value for a stock with mediocre returns is simply not in the client’s best interests – even if it’s…
New data suggests the introduction of automated advice could actually bring advisors closer to meeting a key objective for all industry players
Oil securities continue to languish, but advisors are expressing new optimism that values will in fact creep upward. But when?
Here’s a seven-step guide to sustaining high performance without letting your health suffer
An ill-advised move by an advisor reminds regulators that no amount of supervisory oversight can regulate ‘stupid’
They say repetition is the key to mastering any skill but, if the latest CFP results are any indication, that old saw is the farthest thing from the truth
Charitable giving among high-net-worth clients is on the rise, but advisors need to gain a better grasp of the nuances of what it means to be a “charitable gift planner,” says one industry insider
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that St. Louis-based brokerage firm Edward Jones and the former head of its municipal underwriting desk have agreed to settle charges that they overcharged customers in new municipal bonds sales