GAIN Capital Group, LLC, which provides Foreign Exchange (Forex) trading and services, has come out with a trading platform compatible with Mircrosoft Windows, bringing the number of platforms to four.
Financial advisers looking to offer small business owners a defined benefit plan have a new resource.
Pershing , a subsidiary of The Bank of New York Company, has revamped its securities-based consumer lending to give clients the ability to increase their current borrowing power by pledging assets held in separately managed as collateral for their loans.
The American Stock Exchange has started trading two exchange-traded funds exchange traded funds (ETFs) that track the Robeco Developed International Equity Index and the Robeco Developed World Equity Index
XTF has introduced a ratings service that rates ETFs based on 16 metrics over two broad categories: investment metrics and structural integrity.
Charlotte, North Carolina-based RolloverSystems has announced that AllianceBernstein Investments will offer its IRA product on the RolloverMarket Professional Network.
Perspective Partners, LLC., has released a tool that helps financial advisers work with plan sponsors to assess if a 401(k) plan is working effectively to prepare participants for retirement.
The Depository Trust&Clearing Corporation's (DTCC) Insurance Services platform will now support registered broker/dealers that create and sell non-insurance retirement and other benefit programs.
ProShares has announced the addition of 12 exchange traded funds (ETFs) to the ProShares lineup.
A New York investment company has unveiled six domestic earnings-weighted ETFs that are scheduled to be listed on the American Stock Exchange on Friday.
Deutsche Bank and PowerShares Capital Management LLC today announced their collaboration on two currency-based exchange-traded funds (ETFs).
Sixteen new iShares exchange traded funds (ETFs) have transferred listings to the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) from the American Stock Exchange, completing a previously announced deal.
Charles Schwab has launched the Schwab Advisor Portfolio, aimed at advisers and third party administrators (TPAs) interested in customizing the investment choices of their client plans, including adding separately managed accounts.
Shares of the first yen-based exchange traded fund (ETF) have begun trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
Great-West Retirement Services is piloting a system that will allow retirement plan participants to roll their assets into an individual retirement account (IRA) through a partnership with RolloverSystems.
The Online 401(k), a provider of full-service Web-based 401(k) plans for small and single-person businesses, has signed more than 40 strategic alliances with independent payroll providers across the country as of January 2007.
National Planning Corporation (NPC) has launched a 401(k) plan program for small and mid-sized companies that uses exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as its primary investment option.
CDM Retirement Consultants, Inc. has come out with two new programs, the CDM Level Compensation Program and the CDM Fee-Based Program, to help advisers comply with fee transparency regulations.
In light of the Department of Labor’s (DoL) latest regulatory pronouncement on offering participant investment advice, DALBAR has already updated its two plan adviser certification programs.
XShares Advisors LLC will develop exchange-traded funds (ETFs) based on carbon emission credits, which allow firms and other organizations the right to emit a stated amount of carbon dioxide over a specified time period, the company announced.