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Wanted: The Fifty Most Influential in Sustainable Finance – Private Equity News

Financial News and its sister title Private Equity News are looking for the top sustainable finance executives across financial services for the inaugural FN Fifty Most Influential in Sustainable Finance list. The list will include people working in leadership roles — either heads of teams, senior people within a team, or those who have sole …

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Financial advisers aren't sold on crypto – MarketWatch

Investment advisers are still conflicted about putting clients into crypto.   A January survey from BitWise Asset Management of 600 financial advisers found 15% allocated a portion—usually 5% or less—of their clients’ portfolios in crypto in 2021. That is up from 9% a year ago and 6% two years ago. Still, 85% of advisers still aren’t investing …

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Financial Advisers Aren’t Sold on Crypto – The Wall Street Journal

A January survey from BitWise Asset Management of 600 financial advisers found 15% allocated a portion—usually 5% or less—of their clients’ portfolios in crypto in 2021. That is up from 9% a year ago and 6% two years ago. Still, 85% of advisers still aren’t investing in cryptocurrencies for clients.  Over the past two years, …

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Financial Advisers Aren’t Sold on Crypto – The Wall Street Journal

A January survey from BitWise Asset Management of 600 financial advisers found 15% allocated a portion—usually 5% or less—of their clients’ portfolios in crypto in 2021. That is up from 9% a year ago and 6% two years ago. Still, 85% of advisers still aren’t investing in cryptocurrencies for clients.  Over the past two years, …

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Armada Hoffler Properties Names New Finance Chief – MarketWatch

By Will Feuer Armada Hoffler Properties Inc. said its finance chief, Michael O’Hara, is resigning his title in preparation for his retirement, and that Matthew Barnes-Smith will become the new chief financial officer. Mr. O’Hara has been with the real-estate investment trust for 25 years, the company said, and he has been mentoring Mr. Barnes-Smith …

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If you're anxious about markets and investing, make sure your financial adviser understands – MarketWatch

We hire financial advisers to tackle money matters that we’re unable or unwilling to manage ourselves. But they cannot wash away all the stress that comes with saving, spending and investing. The best advisers are experts at detecting client anxiety and addressing it. They’re attuned to a client’s concerns, fears and moods. They’re observant and empathetic. …

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SEC Proposes New Short Position Reporting Rules For Investment Managers – Finance and Banking – United States – Mondaq News Alerts

Highlights The SEC has proposed monthly short position reporting by institutional investment managers; public comment period is open until the later of April 26 and 30 days after publication in the Federal Register Managers would report confidentially on new Form SHO, following which the SEC would publish aggregated monthly short data Proposed amendment to Regulation …

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5 financial lessons I learned from my time as a circus clown – MarketWatch

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus operated Clown College from 1969 to 1997. I attended in fall 1978 in Venice, Fla., home of Ringling’s winter quarters. Clown College was a one-semester, tuition-free, rigorous training program in clowning. After completing General Electric’s GE, -0.95% two-year financial management program, I wanted to do something different. I …

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5 financial lessons I learned from my time as a circus clown – MarketWatch

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus operated Clown College from 1969 to 1997. I attended in fall 1978 in Venice, Fla., home of Ringling’s winter quarters. Clown College was a one-semester, tuition-free, rigorous training program in clowning. After completing General Electric’s GE, -0.68% two-year financial management program, I wanted to do something different. I …

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A Financial Storm Is Brewing in Europe. Where Investors Can Hide – Barron's

Louis-Vincent Gave, co-founder of Gavekal Research, has been warning investors about a paradigm shift in the world order. Specifically, Gave says the assumptions underpinning financial assets need to be rethought due to a move toward a multipolar world and away from one dominated by the U.S. and the dollar. His message seems especially germane now, …

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