Spoiled by 2017 returns, individual investors are poised to react poorly to market volatility

“After an exceptional year in 2017, volatility is back, and investors are feeling as uncertain as the markets,” said David Giunta, CEO for the US and Canada at Natixis Investment Managers.

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In welcome move, SEC offers alternative to DOL’s fiduciary rule

Under chairman Jay Clayton, the SEC's move to create an alternative to the DOL's fiduciary rule is being welcomed by the broker-dealer community.

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With amnesties in rear-view mirror, wealth planning assumes more prominent role

“After the amnesties, we’re seeing clients more and more concerned about the types of investments they are making from a tax perspective,” said Horacio Woycik, head of the Montevideo office for international law firm Harneys.

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New advisory designation marks resumption of private-banking activity in Argentina

While local companies can fit into this category, it is expected that foreign banks that left the country due to lack of legal protections will try to make landfall again in Buenos Aires. To do this they will have to open offices in the country and register as an AAGI.

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SSGA: Current environment favors sectors over style for investment advisors

“The 'lower for longer' return environment has many investment professionals taking a more precise approach to asset allocation, which favors sectors and industries over style-based investing,” said Nick Good, co-head of the Global SPDR business at State Street Global Advisors

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