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"Smart beta" ETFs are attracting funds from both active managers and passive indexes. more »
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, in partnership with CAIA, will now require its employees in its retail distribution arm to enroll in CAIA's fundamentals of alternative investment certification program. more »
After making recent waves with retail acquisitions, Nicholas Schorsch's RCS Capital Holdings is adding its first wholesaling broker-dealer to a growing portfolio. more »
Alternative investments are reaching a much broader swath of investors. As a result, financial advisors are increasingly bombarded with questions from curious clients. Early adopters are in a position to answer these queries, but for the uninitiated advisor -- it's time to get up to speed. more »
Alternative mutual funds will be examined by the SEC to assess whether managers are complying with leverage and liquidity rules. more »
Interest in alternatives is rising among investors as they look to manage volatility in their portfolios - and advisor education is critical to meeting that tidal wave of demand. more »
New funds provide hedging tools to limit or amplify clients' currency exposure on their foreign investments. more »
FINRA found that LPL didn’t have a reasonable system in place to determine whether purchases of alternatives would cause a customer’s account to be unsuitably concentrated. more »
IMCA and CAIA are teaming up to fill in a knowledge gap about alternative investments, offering a new online education program that teaches the basics to the uninitiated. more »
RCS Capital is following through on its promise to launch a research division with the hiring of two non-traded investments analysts. more »
Vanguard Group, the third- largest U.S. provider of exchange-traded funds, has asked regulators for permission to open actively-managed ETFs. more »
The focus on dual registrants grows out of concern that the different compensation structures of the two business lines can create conflicts of interest and potentially harm investors, according to an SEC director. more »
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