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  1. SEC gives green light to Eaton Vance’s active ETMFs

    Due to the tax-efficient nature of ETFs, Precidian, BlackRock and various other ETF providers have been seeking a way to launch an active ETF without having to disclose their underlying holdings, and subsequently prevent people mimicking their...

  2. Beneficial ownership of assets under scrutiny in divorce

    Disclosure orders lift corporate veil against third-party businesses The result has been that in an increasing number of divorce cases corporate structures and the beneficial ownership of assets is coming under scrutiny amid a blizzard of...

  3. Your Job Is to Make Google Look Good

    Different sort orders, such as by price, size This post will explore why this is true, and what it means for your SEO strategy. Why, Oh Why, Is This True? A few months back I was speaking with someone, and they asked me an age-old question about...

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  4. Stress tests and capital adequacy: the story so far

    Fed orders banks to break open black boxes A review of Risk.net's coverage of stress tests and oversight Since the 2008 financial crisis brought leading banks around the world to the brink of collapse, regulators have been focused on ensuring the...

  5. HFT firms ‘learned a lot’ from Knight Capital loss

    The loss happened when changes to Knight's systems resulted in a barrage of orders being placed during a 45-minute period. Automated risk systems vital, says Tower Research Capital CRO High-frequency traders "learned a lot" from the devastating...

  6. 30% of Ecommerce Site Traffic Came from Mobile in 2013 [Study]

    It's interesting to note the data showed only 4 percent of orders were placed from mobile devices, but of those who placed an order, the order value was on par with those coming from desktop. If you're curious about what the state of ecommerce...