Boutique

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Boutique

A small, specialized brokerage firm that offers limited services and products to a limited number of clients. Antithesis of financial supermarket.

Boutique

A small brokerage and investment advisory firm that offers highly personalized services to a select group of individuals. Boutiques have only a few clients.

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July 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- CenterSquare Investment Management, an investment boutique of BNY Mellon, announced today the appointment of Scott Crowe to Chief Investment Strategist.
Lyn Marcrum, senior analyst at Aite Group, commented: In a low interest rate environment, vanilla instruments struggle to deliver outstanding returns, and entrepreneurial investment boutiques offering exposure to specialist growth sectors are well positioned to benefit from these conditions.
ACaM is being launched as a majority-owned subsidiary of Standish, BNY Mellon's fixed income focused investment boutique, and will be co-owned by Amherst Holdings.
BNY Mellon Investment Boutique Sees Opportunity in Liquid Alternative Investment
We have tried to create a platform for a variety of investment banks, particularly investment boutiques to showcase some of their best prospects as a novel alternative to the traditional investment conference.
RidgeWorth's five wholly-owned and one minority-owned investment boutiques offer distinctive investment management styles over a wide variety of equity, fixed income and asset allocation investment classes.