Brentwood-based investment manager Compass EMP this week launched its ninth and 10th exchange-traded funds — and its first two focused on international investing. Compass, which was acquired earlier this year by an Ohio firm with $36 billion under management, last month also brought to market three other ETFs.
It was a big day Friday for the team at Compass EMP in Brentwood. The investment firm marked the launch of its fourth new exchange-traded fund in 2014 by ringing the opening bill at the NASDAQ stock exchange. Here are a couple of photos from the visit. Pictured on the NASDAQ's massive Times Square video tower. Pictured here are, from left to right, Co-founder and Chief Investment Officer Stephen Hammers, Co-founder and Chairman David Moore and President Rob Walker Jr.
Compass EMP Funds has promoted Mike Organ to senior vice president and tapped him to oversee the company's advisor services team. Organ, who has been with the Brentwood-based mutual fund group since 2003, had been vice president of sales. Compass EMP runs three funds that lean heavily on exchange-traded funds for diversity and have combined assets of about $270 million.
POSTDATA: WARRANTY DEEDS