Alicia Mazurek

Alicia is a Research Associate for Asset Management Monitor at Corporate Insight.


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November 2018 Trends & Highlights: Navigational Changes, Mobile Updates, New App and Public Site Revamp

December 11, 2018 by
TRENDING Navigational Changes –In November, 15 firms across six monitor coverage groups updated aspects of their navigational organization. Many firms reorganized or consolidated existing content. American Century now categorizes the commentaries in its Insight flyout menu by asset type and key topics instead of by intended audience. American Express now separates Benefits and Rewards into […]

The Rise of ESG

September 21, 2018 by
  Morgan Stanley recently announced that it amassed more than $20 billion in ESG assets over the past five years—more than doubling its impact investment asset goal for this period. The firm launched its Institute for Sustainable Investing platform in 2013, committing to the $10 billion dollar goal upon its inception. The firm launched two […]

Vanguard Launches Largest Suite of Commission-Free ETFs

August 28, 2018 by
At the beginning of July, Vanguard announced its intent to launch a mostly commission-free ETF selection, citing its desire to continue to provide investors with access to low-cost, diverse assets. At the time, Vanguard already offered its own 77 ETFs commission-free; the fanfare surrounding the announcement centers on the fact that the new suite consists […]

Investing in IRBO: The Latest in Robotics & AI ETFs

August 21, 2018 by
On June 28, iShares launched the iShares Robotics & Artificial Intelligence ETF (IRBO), an equal-weighted fund that gives investors exposure to leading companies in robotics and artificial intelligence innovation. Since its inception, the ETF has been trading at a premium and its performance has either met or exceeded the benchmark (NYSE FactSet Global Robotics and […]

Fed Frenzy: The Rush to Educate Investors

August 02, 2018 by
The Federal Reserve increased interest rates to the highest level in a decade during its June meeting, and experts are anticipating at least two more hikes before the year’s end. While this could be viewed as a positive sign of the improving U.S. economy, some experts—such as Brian Chappatta of Bloomberg—are concerned that this aggressive […]