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Individuals are choosing to self-insure longevity risk, believing that they can manage their retirement portfolio and fired their retirement income needs more effectively than an insurance company or other financial intermediary.
A participant who acts as a financial intermediary may not know, in all cases, the origin of the funds other than the identity of the transmitting financial institution.
Searches can be conducted by property type, type and volume of financing needed, geographic location, lender or financial intermediary name and contact name.
and Wilmington Trust NEW YORK -- Robeco Investment Management, the US asset management arm of Robeco Group, announced today that it is further expanding its commitment to the financial intermediary and SMA channels and has recently entered into relationships with SEI Investments Inc.
division of Sun Life Financial (NYSE: SLF, TSX: SLF) has been awarded DALBAR's Financial Intermediary Post-Sale Service Award for 2006, the second consecutive year that Sun Life has won this prestigious award.
In doing so, Illington has developed its reputation through providing high-end institutional services, such as product structuring, merchant banking, and financial intermediary sales.
Through the joint offering, approximately 600 financial intermediary customers with assets of over $100 billion, currently using STN, will have access to an enhanced set of services accessible through a single connection, helping them to more effectively process their clients' wealth management and retirement plan needs.
He founded GrooveCar in 2000 to serve as a financial intermediary between auto and motorcycle dealerships and a growing credit union audience.