wrap account

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wrap′ account`


n.
a personally managed investment account where charges are levied on the basis of the account's total assets.
[1985–90]
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Wrap fee program participation: Advisors who participate, manage or both are now required to disclose the amount of their RAUM attributable to such roles.
Through its intermediary channel, Victory Capital also offers retail and retirement clients mutual funds and ETFs as well as separately managed accounts through wrap fee programs and access to its investment models through unified managed accounts.
In particular, the SEC has highlighted electronic investment advice, wrap fee programs, and share class selection as important priorities with respect to protecting retail investors in 2017.
Part II will be revised to a more narrative format, similar to schedule H for wrap fee programs.
How will I charge a 2% wrap fee in a 4% total-return world?
If an adviser wants to sell products for a commission or a wrap fee, he or she must affiliate with a broker-dealer and obtain the appropriate securities licenses.
The company made the announcement at Wrap Exchange III, a Security APL sponsored forum on the wrap fee business and technology.
The wrap fee also eliminates any incentive for brokers to "churn" accounts, since they aren't compensated based on the number of securities transactions.
Phillips is primarily focused on sales to broker/dealer separately managed account programs, wrap fee programs, UMAs, and other key investment platform channels.
Through its intermediary channel, it also offers retail and retirement clients mutual funds and ETFs, as well as separately managed accounts through wrap fee programmes and access to its investment models through unified managed accounts.
Chartwell provides equity and fixed-income investment strategies to institutional and private clients and clients of wrap fee programs through separate accounts, sub-advisory relationships and mutual funds.
SEC Snags Raymond James, Baird for Wrap Fee Violations