#ItzOnWealthTech Ep. 67: The Start of the ESG Data Wars with Will Trout
“We’re at the beginning of the ESG data wars. There’s more data coming onto the market with more information that’s tremendously useful, if only you can process it. This means analytics firms, data generators, like the exchanges, financial information providers, like Refinitiv and others, are all struggling to solve this question.” –William Trout, Head of […]
#ItzOnWealthTech Ep. 62: Can Just Invest Deliver on Their Vision of ESG 2.0?
“I was always challenged to grow an analytics business that was confronted with the demise of active managers as their customer base. So in casting about looking for growth opportunities, I routinely came upon the US wealth segment as something that was undergoing significant demographic and technological change. And as we all know, changes in […]
#ItzOnWealthTech Ep. 53: Can Sustainable UMAs Help Save the World?
“The upcoming transfer of wealth will make it difficult for a client to put their money into a mutual fund when they have embedded capital gains from the huge run-up in stocks like Apple, Google and Amazon. The advancement of UMA technology, combined with the transfer of wealth and increased volatility that we’ve seen over […]
FundFire: Bank of Hawaii Launches $2B UMA Program
Article published on Fundfire on August 12, 2010 By Tom Stabile The Bank of Hawaii is the latest wealth management outfit to ride the unified managed account wave, unveiling a new program that opens the door to third-party separately managed account managers for the first time. The Honolulu-based bankexpects to shift more than $2 billion of its $6.6 billion in client assets over […]