A Better Value?

December 2004
Investment Dealers' Digest;12/6/2004, Vol. 70 Issue 47, p24
Trade Publication
This article presents information on the research organization BNY Jaywalk Inc. which is a subsidiary of the Bank of New York. Two years ago, Jaywalk sold the research of 15 independent research shops and today the industry has grown very large and the research of about 180 research shops flows through its doors. Mutual fund directors and pension fund managers may finally discover that independent research is a better value than that sold by Wall Street firms, which is bundled with a variety of services. Though independent research is also often paid for by bundled commissions, with brokerage firms writing a check to a designated third-party research provider, money managers can request a dollar figure for what was spent on the third-party research.


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