The company said Dow Jones Adviser combines editorial content from Dow Jones Newswires, The Wall Street Journal, and Barron’s with functionality for search, screening, and display across all asset classes.
Dow Jones Adviser can be accessed through the Web, integrated into an adviser’s proprietary desktop application, or accessed through their mobile device. It is also available through multiple partner workstations, including Interactive Data and FactSet.
In addition to news from Dow Jones, the service offers focused news by a team of wealth management-focused editors, according to the firm. Coverage includes daily updates on philanthropy, retirement, estate planning, tax strategies, compliance and insight on movement and ideas across the financial services community.
More information is available at www.dj.com/wm/djarelease.