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As Schwab noncompete expires, Steve Cucchiaro jumps back into the ETF management game with old staff

After selling $4.5-billion Windhaven to Schwab for $150 million he eventually left at $19 billion, then missed the culture of independence

Author Sanders Wommack January 20, 2016 at 9:34 PM
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Steve Cucchiaro: I have to say that I've particularly enjoyed entrepreneurial experiences.

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Michael R

Michael R

January 21, 2016 — 4:37 PM

No discussion of the poor relative performance of Windhaven prior to departure at Schwab.

Now increasing fees to be 15% of profits…. for ETF exposure. Good luck doing well with that structure.

Liz Ann Sonders the permabull took over late in a bull market.

The entire thing is just kind of classic.

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