RED BANK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WBI is thrilled to announce its nomination for “Outstanding Contribution for Separate Account Asset Managers” by WealthManagement.com. Each year, the WealthManagement.com Industry Awards recognize the outstanding achievements of the people, products, and firms that support financial advisor success. Winners for each category will be announced on September 24th at the WealthManagement.com Industry Awards Dinner in New York City.
“We are extremely excited and honored to be nominated for Outstanding Contribution for Separate Account Asset Managers,” said Matt Schreiber, President of WBI. Last August, WBI launched 10 actively managed ETFs to enhance the structure and replicate the management process of its existing SMAs through a patent-pending approach utilizing proprietary ETFs, the Enhanced SMA™.
“With the market at all-time highs and heightened volatility, we believe WBI’s active, Enhanced SMA is a great way to take the edge off investing and also provide improved tax efficiency,” said Don Schreiber, Jr., CEO of WBI. “While our SMAs may go up a little less in up-markets, they are designed to go down considerably less during a bear market run.”
Founded in 1984, WBI seeks to provide investors with wealth-building investment strategies that target an optimal blend of bear market capital preservation and bull market return. The firm’s strategies aim to produce attractive returns with less volatility and risk to capital. WBI Investments, Inc. manages separately managed accounts, mutual funds, and exchange-traded funds.
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