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Archive for January 2018

January 11, 2018

Shhhhhhh…..the Big Secret: What the Industry Does Not Want to Divulge About Custodian, Administrator Output Accuracy

The degree of profitability for custodian and administrator service providers is predicated on keeping costs low and scaling the business with volume. Typically, many of these firms’ employees are tainted by certain stigmas: insufficiently trained, underpaid, poorly incented and over-worked. This is especially true in the case of public entities obsessed with meeting or exceeding
January 4, 2018

Considerations to Replace Portfolio Managers Run Aplenty – Investors Must Be Mindful Not to Pull Trigger Without Following Thoughtful Process

Heisler and Nipp (2017) produced a solid text that touches on the broad topic of investment manager selection inclusive of considerations and process about changing managers. In essence, they make the point of there being costs associated with switching investment managers, and that changes should only take place following a thorough process that incorporates both