New Fund Filings

Analysis of funds recently registered and key themes in product development. To monitor new funds and other fund changes on a daily basis go to our sister site SimfundFiling.com.

Clients can select from the latest Highlights of New Fund Filings below or from the list of all Highlights of New Funds.


New Fund Filing Review: July 2016       8/31/2016
  Short term bond funds were popular in July. Lord Abbett and Diamond Hill both filed short term fixed income funds, and Austin Atlantic Asset Management registered a fund which will primarily invest in repurchase agreements. Gotham Asset Management announced four long/short funds. Green Century and FundX Investment Group plan socially conscious equity funds. RiverNorth Capital Management filed a fixed income closed-end fund to be sub-advised by DoubleLine
   
New Fund Filing Review: June 2016       7/29/2016
  Nuveen registered two multi-asset income funds. Anchor Capital Management Group filed three long/short funds, including a long/short municipal bond fund. Cornerstone Advisors plans an unconstrained bond fund. Gabelli registered five products which use the NextShares fund structure. Schwab plans a series of index target date funds.
   
New Fund Filing Review: May 2016       6/17/2016
  Several alternative bond strategies were registered in May. Semper Capital Management filed an absolute return bond fund, and Cramer Rosenthal McGlynn registered a long/short credit fund. Russell and Shelton Capital Management plan unconstrained bond funds. Highland Capital Management filed a merger arbitrage fund. Invesco registered a socially conscious global equity fund.
   
New Fund Filing Review: April 2016       5/26/2016
  Several managers registered focused funds. Oak Ridge Investments, Ivy Funds, and AMG all plan funds which will invest in a limited number of securities. DoubleLine, Muzinich & Co., and Glenmede Trust all filed short term bond funds. Goldman Sachs plans a new series of target date funds. Ivy Funds registered three products which use the NextShares fund structure.
   
New Fund Filing Review: March 2016       4/29/2016
  International bond funds proved popular in March. DFA, Legg Mason, BlackRock, and James Alpha Management all plan new international/global fixed income funds. John Hancock and Sit Investment Associates filed socially conscious equity funds. Franklin registered a global macro fund. 60 ETFs were registered in March, including a series of sector equity funds from Janus and a new lineup of currency hedged international equity ETFs from State Street.