Four LinkedIn Tips to Enhance Your Asset Management Firm’s Profile

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Four LinkedIn Tips to Enhance Your Asset Management Firm’s ProfileSocial Media, Wealth Management

by Taranita Costales on March 7, 2014 with 0 comments

One of my recent posts, “Get Linked In (Or Left Out)” talked about the importance of LinkedIn as a networking tool for asset managers, reporting that according to American Century, three quarters of asset managers favor LinkedIn over any other social media channel for professional use. Given the network’s popularity within the industry, it’s no …

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Social media for financial services – why culture, not just channels, must changeSocial Media

by Hazel McHugh on May 14, 2012 with 2 comments

On the 10th May, LinkedIn held its first ever Financial Services Summit.  The event took place in New York, featured key people from such financial stalwarts as American Express, Citi, Fidelity Investments and Prudential Retirement and set out to examine the role that social media is playing within the financial services industry. An interesting review …

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Financial social media: Content rules, LinkedIn is king… but lots of people still lack a clear usage policy.Social Media

by Hazel McHugh on April 25, 2012 with Comments Off comments

Results are out for the first quarter of 2012 in the Financial Professionals Social Media Adoption Study, a regular piece of research sponsored by American Century Investments. You can find the whole report here but for those of you who like your news in brief, here are some of the stats we found most the …

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Only the paranoid survive! ~ Lessons for financial services from LinkedIn co-founder, Reid Hoffman’s new book, The Start Up of You.Social Media

by Hazel McHugh on March 13, 2012 with Comments Off comments

The UK’s oldest continuous index is the FT30.  It was created back in 1935 and is now rarely used since being superseded by the FTSE 100, introduced in 1984. Of the original members of the FT30, just four are currently in the FTSE 100:  Guest Keen & Nettlefolds (GKN), Tate & Lyle, Imperial Tobacco and Rolls-Royce, …

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