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Following 'irregularities' Mark Mandich says Curian Capital will close its doors in 2016

In hindsight, the $11-billion Denver TAMP had made some moves like removing key managers and installing interim ones in the wake of troubles its parent entity referred to US regulators

Friday, July 31, 2015 – 12:09 AM by Brooke Southall
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Mark Mandich: Curian has determined that it is no longer commercially positioned to provide clients high value investment programs.

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AssetMark suddenly parts ways with president/CEO Charles Goldman; protégé Natalie Wolfsen named CEO; Michael Kim president

AssetMark chairwoman Xiaoning Jiao provided no details, faint praise for Goldman amid his unexpected departure, but was effusive over Wolfsen appointment.

February 24, 2021 – 3:31 AM


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Buckingham Strategic Partners
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Top Executive: Alex Potts




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