Ethics matter: Investment veterans share their perspectives
T. Rowe Price chairman Brian Rogers, Fidelity's Will Danoff and Westwood's Susan M. Byrne shared their seasoned perspectives on doing the right thing in the investment world, over the long term.
By Andy Stonehouse|June 21, 2012 at 06:45 AM
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What does one learn after a quarter century in the investment business? According to an accomplished trio speaking at this week’s Morningstar Conference in Chicago, you understand that things aren’t always as bad as they seem – but you need to maintain high standards to keep afloat in a turbulent business.
Don Phillips, president of fund research with Morningstar, welcomed three seasoned but successful figures – Susan M. Byrne, founder of Westwood Management Corp., Will Danoff, portfolio manager for Fidelity Asset Management, and Brian Rogers, chairman and CIO of the T. Rowe Price Group – all of whom had some interesting perspectives on maintaining a forward-looking strategy over the years.
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