The New Wealth Management The Financial Advisors Guide to Managing and Investing Client Assets

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  • Copyright: 2011-05-03
  • Publisher: Wiley

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Mainstay reference guide for wealth management, newly updated for today's investment landscapeFor over a decade, The New Wealth Management: The Financial Advisor's Guide to Managing and Investing Client Assets has provided financial planners with detailed, step-by-step guidance on developing an optimal asset allocation policy for their clients. And, it did so without resorting to simplistic model portfolios, such as lifecycle models or black box solutions. Today, while The New Wealth Management still provides a thorough background on investment theories, and includes many ready to use client presentations and questionnaires, the guide is newly updated to meet twenty-first century investment challenges. The book Includes expert updates from Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute, in addition to the core text of 1997's first edition endorsed by investment luminaries Charles Schwab and John Bogle Presents an approach that places achieving client objectives ahead of investment vehicles Applicable for self-study or classroom useNow, as in 1997, The New Wealth Management effectively blends investment theory and real world applications. And in today's new investment landscaped, this update to the classic reference is more important than ever.

Author Biography

Harold Evensky CFP, is President of Evensky & Katz, a nationally recognized wealth management firm. Acknowledged by Financial Planning, Financial Planning Professional, Investment News, and Worth as an industry leader, he served as chair of the TIAA-CREF Institute Advisory Board and is a member of the American Bar Association. In 1999, he was awarded the Dow Jones Investment Advisor Portfolio Management Award for Lifetime Achievement.

Stephen M. Horan, PhD, CFA, manages professional education and private wealth management content for CFA Institute members. He has served as both an editorial board member and abstractor for the CFA Digest and as an ad-hoc reviewer for the Financial Analysts Journal. He holds a PhD in finance, publishes frequently in academic and professional journals, and has authored several books. Prior to joining the CFA Institute, he was a professor of finance at St. Bonaventure University and principal of Alesco Advisors LLC.

Thomas R. Robinson, CFA, CFP, is Managing Director in the Education Division of the CFA Institute, where he leads and develops the teams responsible for producing and delivering educational content and examinations to candidates, members, and other investment professionals, including those affiliated with the CFA Program, CIPM Program, and Lifelong Learning.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Forewordp. xi
Prefacep. xiii
The Wealth Management Processp. 1
Fiduciary and Professional Standardsp. 13
Client Goals and Constraintsp. 33
Risk Is a Four-Letter Wordp. 55
Data Gathering and Analysisp. 75
Client Educationp. 103
Mathematics of Investingp. 121
Investment Theoryp. 149
Asset Allocationp. 179
Portfolio Optimizationp. 193
Taxesp. 233
Retirement Planningp. 267
Investment Policy Statementp. 313
Portfolio Managementp. 341
Performance Appraisal and Evaluationp. 373
Selecting Investment Managersp. 393
Philosophy, Process, and Peoplep. 421
About the Authorsp. 439
About the CFA Institute Investment Seriesp. 441
About the CFA Programp. 445
Indexp. 447
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