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Dan Fuss, vice chairman at Loomis Sayles, found some deals in last week's sell off.
Triet Nguyen has joined the firm's corporate and municipal credit solutions group.
For the second day in a row, a top SEC executive stressed that protecting baby boomer retirees is a key objective of the agency.
Raymond James Financial is preparing to offer ETFs free of transaction fees, ratcheting up its competition for assets against similar programs in place at Charles Schwab Corp...
William Finnegan has been hired to a newly created position at the firm.
Despite market uncertainty, charitable giving by those with at least $1 million is growing, says U.S. Trust and UBS.
For clients that welcomed a new baby into their family on October 20, Voya is offering them $500 to invest for that baby’s retirement.
Big financial institutions may give cyber-security assistance to financial advisors and other companies in their supply chains, said the head of the FBI's cyber division.
Annuities come in all shapes and sizes and advisors need to be able to tell their clients the advantages of each, say three advisors.
Some think the "satisfaction guarantee" offers undermine advisors' value. But one economist says they bolster integrity.
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