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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Harris was CEO of Standish, a BNY Mellon investment boutique, from 2004 to 2009.
CenterSquare Investment Management, an investment boutique of BNY Mellon, said it has appointed Scott Crowe to the newly created position of 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.
Working closely with BNY Mellon's investment boutiques, as well as investment management's product and marketing leadership, she will lead the strategic plan for the North American distribution business.
SunTrust is being advised by investment bank Sandler O'Neill on a potential sale of RidgeWorth, which owns interests in eight investment boutiques, the unnamed sources said.
IndexIQ is now fully integrated into NYLIM's family of investment boutiques as a complement to NYLIM's current capabilities in fixed income, equities and alternative investments.
Denver-based Janus Capital Group is an investment firm offering strategies from three individual investment boutiques.
Janus Capital Group is a global investment firm offering strategies from three individual investment boutiques.
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.