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Joe Scafidi, Director of Trading at Brandes Investment Partners, L.P., voices support for the elimination of the maker-taker pricing model.   Read More
Pensions & Investments reported that Brandes U.S. Small Cap Value and U.S. Mid-Cap Value composites placed the strategies among the top 10 performing domestic equity strategies for year ended March 31, 2014.   Read More
Joe Scafidi, Director of Trading at Brandes Investment Partners, L.P., discusses high-frequency trading and market-structure issues.   Read More
A variety of factors have heightened interest in liability-driven investing (LDI) as an alternative to traditional asset maximization; however, plan sponsors must weigh a variety of complex factors when adopting or extending LDI.    Read More
Vincent Pandes, Director, U.S. National Accounts at Brandes Investment Partners, LP, recently sat down with InvestmentNews for its Money Management Institute Roundtable, to discuss managed solutions and what they mean for financial advisors and their clients. Together with other industry experts, Mr. Pandes shared his insights on how the industry is changing amid the proliferation of investment choices today. “Clients get so bombarded these days with so much financial information, and all of this information, while it's great, can blur the lines between an investor's attitudes or feelings at the time and their real long-term financial goals for themselves and their families,” he says.   Read More
A feature on IEX Group includes perspective from Joe Scafidi, Director of Trading at Brandes Investment Partners, on how IEX is helping to create a “pro-efficient market.” Brandes is one of the initial supporters of IEX, a new exchange platform whose mission is to provide more transparency and fairness in the increasingly complicated equities trading arena.    Read More
Shadow banking concerns in China have recently cast a cloud of uncertainty over the emerging-markets asset class. Louis Lau, Director of Investments at Brandes Investment Partners, explains why many Chinese banks, by providing financing through trust products, may be exposed to risky sectors.   Read More
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Brandes Investment Partners Director of Investments Louis Lau explains why South Korean banks may be particularly attractive, based on valuation measures such as price-to-book, relative to other emerging-market banks.   Read More
CEO insights on the importance of blocking out short-term market noise while buying solid business at a discount to their true worth.   Read More
Charles Brandes has been successfully ignoring economic and political noise for decades.    Read More

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