Announcements

  • Financial Times Reveals the Top 401 Retirement Advisers of 2015

    NEW YORK: The Financial Times (FT) today released the Financial Times Top 401 Retirement Advisers of 2015. The list recognizes the top financial advisers who specialize in serving defined contribution (DC) retirement plans. The inaugural list was developed in collaboration with Ignites Research, a subsidiary of the FT that provides business intelligence on asset management, and Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. a leading provider of data solutions and market intelligence.

    The average FT 401 adviser has 18 years of experience advising DC plans and manages $770 million in DC plan assets. They hail from 41 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. California had the most advisers on the list, followed by Illinois, Texas, Massachusetts and New York. FT 401 advisers are at the vanguard of specialization; the average adviser on the list has 71% of his or her total practice’s assets under management concentrated in DC plans. For 17% of the FT 401 advisers, the DC plan business represents their only business.

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  • Financial Times and Chicago Council on Global Affairs launches Chicago Forum on Global Cities

    CHICAGO: The Chicago Council on Global Affairs and the Financial Times today launched the Chicago Forum on Global Cities. This three-day forum on the future of global cities is bringing civic, business, cultural and academic leaders from London, Beijing, Paris, Dubai, Singapore and beyond to Chicago May 27 to 29 for a series of discussions about what drives global cities and how they in turn drive the world.

    “We’re living in an age of urbanization, and global cities are helping shape our ideas, culture, economics and politics,” said Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times. “With that in mind, we think it’s critical to launch a discussion across private industry, arts, academic and public disciplines about what this means for our collective future.”

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  • The New York Times and Financial Times launch new digital access program for hotels

    The New York Times and Financial Times today announced a new, first-of-its-kind program available to U.S. hotels to provide their guests with unlimited access to NYTimes.com and FT.com on any device connected to the hotel’s network.

    The program offers hotels a chance to purchase their own branded web portal that provides guests free entry into both NYTimes.com and FT.com. Participating hotels will receive promotional materials in the form of instructional keycards to notify guests about the amenity.

     

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