With age comes experience and Dan Fuss has seen enough political changes to know to be cautious. The manager outlines why he’s holding buying reserves and says he won’t be retiring any time soon.
Calm and collected Scott Lavelle explains revamping his team and platform, and the benefits of positive peer pressure.
Wirehouse is to block new sales of Vanguard mutual funds as part of plans to rationalize its platform. Passive giant's ETFs will remain available.
Putnam plans to expand its ESG efforts after hiring former Fidelity portfolio manager Katherine Collins.
Wells Fargo’s top gatekeeper tells Citywire about his plan to hire 10 more investment analysts, the PMs he’s hunting for, and why good times lie ahead for active managers.
Larry Fink says BlackRock remains bullish on active but that managers must find new sources of alpha in an increasingly competitive world.
Calvert chief executive tells Citywire about plans for further passive funds and a possible global small cap offering.
Vanguard founder and index fund pioneer Jack Bogle sets out some ways he thinks active asset managers can survive, in the short term, from the pressure of passive investing.
Big changes are afoot at Brinker Capital. Gatekeepers Jeff Raupp and Amy Magnotta tell Alex Steger all about their new funds, finding top talent and a trip to a dude ranch.
We showcase a lesser-known manager from a smaller shop running a unique or impressive strategy. Erik Herzfeld explains how he seeks out underpriced closed-end funds.