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In the current low interest rate environment, investors are putting increased emphasis on closed-end fund distributions when evaluating potential investments. Yet heightened regulatory scrutiny and technicalities unique to investment company payouts make Boards’ distribution policy decisions increasingly complex. Join us as we discuss these challenges with Cecilia Gondor, the former head of closed-end fund research at Thomas J. Herzfeld Advisors, Inc.
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Management Practice has conducted an annual survey of mutual fund Chief Compliance Officer compensation for the past nine years. Each summer MPI releases its "Survey of Mutual Fund Chief Compliance Officer Compensation and Organizational Practices", which provides aggregate compensation data received through confidential questionnaires from fund CCOs and other industry executives. This webinar will provide highlights from the most recent survey.
The Center for Financial Policy at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business and the Mutual Fund Directors Forum will host a day long roundtable on issues of concern to fund directors in mutual fund trading.
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October 20, 2014
The SEC plans to ramp up enforcement actions against dark pools according to Bloomberg. According to recent statements by Daniel Hawke, Chief of the SEC’s Division of Enforcement’s Market Abuse Unit, the agency is focusing on order types, broker routing, and payment for order… read more
October 17, 2014
Federal Reserve Board Member Daniel Tarullo stated that the Federal Reserve will continue to monitor whether bank regulation could lead to increased risk in other areas of the economy during a question and answer session at the Institute of International Finance on Saturday. However,… read more
October 16, 2014
According to A Blessing or a Curse? The Impact of High Frequency Trading on Institutional Investors, trading costs for institutional investors increase as high-frequency traders increase market participation. The author studied trades on NASDAQ in a selected sample of 120 stocks over a two… read more