Author: Michael Davis
Merrill Lynch trades on innovation
- After Merrill Lynch stumbled embarrassingly late to offer online trading to its retail investors, the venerable brokerage vowed to get ahead in addressing the needs of its most valuable clients: institutional investors.
Publisher: Red Herring Magazine
Author: Scott Tyler Shafer
On-Line Brokerage: Keeping Apace of Cyberspace
- Recent advances in information technology – particularly the Internet – are revolutionizing commerce. The securities industry, most significantly on-line brokerage, is at the forefront of this revolution.
Publisher: U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Author: Laura S. Unger
Overview: Investment Counseling for Private Clients
- Investment management organizations recognize the tremendous opportunity to increase fee income by attracting private clients; they also recognize that this client segment presents the greatest challenges for investment managers.
Publisher: Association for Investment Management and Research
Author: Terence E. Burns, CFA
Stock Buybacks Make a Comeback
- Since September 11, hundreds of companies have started repurchasing their stock to boost its price. This strategy can work, but don’t expect a quick fix.
Publisher: Corporate Board Member
Author: Judy Ward
Stock Buybacks Speak Volumes
- With many stocks trading well below their 12-month highs, finance executives are on the spot. Do they support their “undervalued” stock with an aggressive buyback? Or do they hang on to their cash in case the market is right?
Author: Richard H. Gamble
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