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Collective trusts continue to draw interest, but may provide little or no advantage to most plans. Included is a comparison of collective trusts, mutual funds, and separate accounts.
As Vanguard introduces a new fund following a new strategy, our head of active equity offers a candid and clear explanation about what the new offering is and what it isn't.
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Vanguard’s Randy Lee explains how the unique corporate ownership structure at Vanguard has produced securities-lending policies and practices that have created superior risk-adjusted value for fund shareholders.
We've expanded access to Admiral Shares as part of an ongoing quest to make investing easier for institutional clients.
Vanguard's investment approach is quietly different, based on the best and truest principles of investing such as diversification, long-term commitment, low costs--and always protecting the best interests of our investors.
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