Investment Management Firm Stumbles:
A Moderate Number of Stumbles, Including Mutual Funds Late Trading & 12B-1 Fees

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Date Published: July 7, 2015
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The purpose of this research is to provide readers with an initial understanding of investment management firm stumbles and their impact on the financial services industry, various products & services, various markets & distribution channels, and specific financial services firms. This research addresses prominent investment management firm stumbles such as the mutual funds late trading scandal & the mutual fund 12B1 scandal.

Investment management firm stumbles can be grouped into four phases, including:
  • Insurance Industry Stumbles Phase
  • Insider Trading Phase
  • Mutual Funds Industry Stumbles Phase
  • Ponzi Schemes Phase

Investment management firm stumbles can be defined to include dozens of stumbles, including:

  • Mutual Funds Late Trading
  • Mutual Fund 12B1 Scandal
  • Money Market Funds Broke the Buck
  • Leverage ETFs

This research supports three conclusions for investment management firm stumbles, including:

    • The Continuation of Sub-Standard Industry Ethics
    • Hedge Funds, Investment Banks, Retail Banks, & Insurance Companies Continue to be the Most Frequent Repeat Offenders
    • Limited Historical Regulator Enforcement Success with the Emergence of Rock Star Enforcers

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