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  1. Hartford HealthCare puts $33 million in SSgA hedge fund

    trueHartford HealthCare, Hartford, Conn., invested $33 million in a new macro hedge fund from State Street Global Advisors, said David J. Holmgren, chief investment officer.

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  1. Fixed-income ETF investors staying away from ultrashort-term market

    trueThe most significant money market fund reforms — floating net asset values, liquidity fees and gates — take effect in October 2016 and a pocket of the fixed-income exchange-traded fund market once expected to attract investors looking for on-demand liquidity has yet to significantly materialize.

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  2. SSgA's assets down 2.8% in quarter, net outflows total $65 billion

    trueState Street Global Advisors reported $2.37 trillion in assets under management as of June 30, down 2.8% from March 31 and down 4.3% from June 30, 2014.

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  3. ETPs see record flows in first half

    trueExchange-traded products saw record net flows in the first half of 2015. Global ETPs had net flows of $152.3 billion during the first six months of the year, eclipsing the previous record of $130 billion in the first half of 2014, according to data released Wednesday by ETFGI.

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  4. SSgA appoints global COO as president

    trueGreg Ehret was named president of State Street Global Advisors, said company spokesman Brendan Paul.

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  5. SEC files Wells notice against State Street

    trueThe Securities and Exchange Commission is recommending that action be taken against State Street Corp., said an 8-K filing from State Street on Thursday.

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  6. SSgA appoints alternatives CIO

    trueMichael Ho, a senior managing director at State Street Global Advisors, was named chief investment officer of alternatives at SSgA.

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  7. Learning from a walk through the fund graveyard

    trueExchange-traded fund issuers and acolytes like to flaunt significant figures — nearly $3 trillion in assets under management globally, $2 trillion in the United States — but the industry is not exactly crowing about a recent milestone.

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  8. Money manager assets increase thanks to rising markets

    trueMoney manager assets rose modestly in 2014, due more to market gains than net inflows.

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  9. State Street teams up with 2 universities for research center focused on financial risk

    trueState Street Global Exchange announced Wednesday it is collaborating with the University of California Berkeley and Stanford University’s Center for Financial and Risk Analytics in to establish a new research center focused on economic and financial risk.

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  10. O'Hanley ready to take on 'formidable' competition

    trueRonald P. O'Hanley faces big challenges now that he is CEO of State Street Global Advisors.

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  11. O'Hanley chosen as CEO successor at SSgA

    trueRonald O'Hanley was named president and CEO of State Street Global Advisors, effective in April, said a news release from the money manager.

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  12. Luminex offers a wake-up call for dark-pool operators

    trueTo U.S. dark-pool operators, the development of an exclusive managers-only trading venue, Luminex Trading & Analytics LLC, is a splash of cold water on the face of an industry that some managers believe has taken institutional investors for granted.

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  13. China Life hirings seen as launch of global manager opportunities

    trueA group of global investment managers has garnered the first flurry of mandates from China's largest life insurer since regulators opened the door for offshore investments three years ago.

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