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Salim Ramji takes Vanguard CEO helm with good vibes but the company's 50 million 'owners' may expect more privileges -- like better service, basic transparency and to know what, if any, rights they have

The ex-BlackRock exec began life yesterday at the mega RIA and asset manager knowing his mission is financial and ecumenical in nature, but with the calls for a turnaround centering more on the latter.

Author Oisin Breen July 9, 2024 at 9:51 PM
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Salim Ramji: We will never deviate from Jack Bogle's original focus on taking a stand for investors.
Brooke Southall and Keith Girard contributed to the editing of this article.

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sumanlal kaneria

July 10, 2024 — 1:29 AM
Can Salim Ramji bring back Bogle era? No way. The rot is already too deep, too wide and too far gone.
sumanlal kaneria

sumanlal kaneria

July 18, 2024 — 1:24 PM
It may not be a bad idea to take Vanguard private or public. Proceeds of IPO or sale to private entity (if any) can be distributed to current owners on a pro-rata basis. That would be the most effective and practical way to restore Vanguard's former glory.

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