Chinese Stocks Scoff At Hard Landing
Oops. Don’t tell the bears who have been waiting for China’s correction. China’s stock market is outperforming the MSCI Emerging Markets index by about 200 basis points year-to-date.
Should You Invest in a Morally Reprehensible Company?
NEW YORK (MainStreet)—For Penn State alumni like David Ketchen Jr., revelations about the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal were devastating. Adding to the pain for Penn Staters, Ketchen believes, was ESPN's coverage of the scandal, which he thought sensationalized the story and questioned "the integrity of an entire university."
5 Tips for Parents On How to Be Good Financial Role Models
Everyone views smart financial practices differently, and what's an effective strategy for one parent doesn't necessarily work for another. While there's no official rulebook, consider these five ways parents can become better financial role models:
Morristown, New Jersey - Andrew Wang, an owner and Senior Vice President of Runnymede Capital Management, Inc., has been named among the "Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business" of 2013 by the Asian American Business Development Center (AABDC). Notable figures in business and politics, as well as civic leaders, will honor the outstanding business owners, professionals and corporate executives in a formal dinner ceremony on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at the Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. The presenters of the awards will be Ambassador Dnyaneshwar M. Mulay, the Consul General of India, and Indra Nooyi, Pepsico’s Chairman and CEO.
The 12th annual AABDC awards program aims to recognize successful Asian entrepreneurs and promote the development of business talent and leadership among Asian American corporate executives. The "Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business" awards have cumulatively honored more than 500 successful Asian American professionals. The award committee identifies and selects individuals with outstanding leadership, vision and accomplishments who have built a successful business or who have distinguished themselves in their community.
"I am honored to be selected as part of this esteemed group of business leaders," said Andrew Wang. "Further, I believe this event marks an important opportunity for members of the Asian American community to work together and support one another."
Over the past 15 years, Mr. Wang has established himself as a trusted investment advisor to institutions and individuals by offering attentive service and putting clients’ interests first. He has been a featured speaker at industry conferences on a variety of financial topics and quoted by the financial press. Runnymede Capital Management has a unique history of protecting clients from "financial hurricanes."
For additional information on Runnymede, its services, and the "Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business" Awards, contact Andrew Wang.
About Runnymede Capital Management
Runnymede, founded in 1993, is a New Jersey-based, employee owned, SEC registered investment advisor that manages separately managed equity and bond portfolios for clients including captive insurance, Taft-Hartley, public fund, foundation, corporate and private clients. The firm is renowned for its experienced team, proprietary research and disciplined investment process which has successfully served clients over many market cycles.
About the Asian American Business Development Center
Established in 1994, the Asian American Business Development Center, Inc. (AABDC) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization whose mission is to assist Asian American businesses to strengthen their capacities to compete in the mainstream marketplace, to expand business opportunities and to promote greater recognition of Asian American businesses' contributions to the general economy.
How To Get Off The Sidelines And Start Investing Again – It’s Not Too Late
The stock market has had an amazing run lately, but too much money is still on the sidelines waiting. According to a recent survey conducted by Kiplinger’s magazine, almost half of all Americans do not even know that we have had a fantastic run in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 index for the past 15 months.
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Runnymede Capital Management named Best Customer Service in Investment Management at US Captive Services Awards
Morristown, New Jersey, September 10, 2012 – Runnymede Capital Management (“Runnymede”) has been awarded Best Customer Service in Investment Management at Captive Review’s US Captive Services Awards, an event celebrating excellence in the delivery and management of captive insurance. The event was attended by over 200 captive insurance professionals from across the United States.
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Runnymede Capital Management Nominated for the 3rd Annual Emerging Manager Awards
Morristown, New Jersey, February 5, 2009 – Runnymede Capital Management ("Runnymede") has been nominated for Emerging Manager of the Year by the editors of Financial Investment News’ Emerging Manager Monthly. Among 489 products, 21 nominees were selected in 7 categories ranked based on the following criteria: excess returns, performance versus peers, asset growth, asset percentage growth and standard deviation. The top three managers in each category (large-cap equity, small-cap equity, small to mid-cap equity, international equity and core fixed income) will be handed over to a committee of industry experts that will evaluate the merits of each nominee based on quantitative and qualitative measures before announcing winners in April 2009.
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