Mutual funds from these financial organizations were added to Pershing’s introducing broker/dealer customers and their investment professionals, including registered investment advisers (RIAs), according to a press release.
FundVest is a no-transaction-fee platform offering investors access to nearly 2,700 mutual funds, managed by more than 180 fund companies.
“American Funds, JennisonDryden, Oppenheimer and Van Eck are among the most highly regarded mutual fund companies in the United States,’ said Mitchell Bell, director in the product management and development group at Pershing, a subsidiary of The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation. “The addition of these premier fund companies to our platform demonstrates our continued commitment to provide our customers with access to a wide range of market-leading solutions from high caliber financial institutions that will help them grow their businesses and assist their clients in achieving their financial goals.”
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