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Rank Name Why
1 Abby Johnson
Fidelity Investments
Something fundamental is seemingly changing every day at the Boston Behemoth.
2 Alex Acosta
U.S. Department of Labor
He wants to delay (and maybe modify?) the rest of the DoL's fiduciary reg ... yet. And his DoL likes clean shares!
3 Larry Fink
BlackRock
iShares and deals have made Larry's firm the #1 asset manager.
4 Tim Armour
Capital Group
CapGroup is pitching a share class for a cleaner-fee world.
5 Marty Flanagan
Invesco Ltd.
Invesco does active, and passive, and now alts, too. Can Atlanta's $792 billion man have it all?
6 Jeffrey Gundlach
DoubleLine Group
The new Bond King?
7 Jay Clayton
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
He wants your feedback on how the SEC should handle the DoL rule and fiduciary standard harmonization situation.
8 Bob Reynolds
Putnam Investments
Making retirement an issue for Putnam and the nation. He's even working on a book.
9 Tim Buckley
The Vanguard Group
In January he's taking over the largest mutual fund company in the world.
10 Walt Bettinger
Charles Schwab & Company
He sees commoditization hitting advisors next, both human and robo.
11 Bill McNabb
The Vanguard Group
Keeping a steady hand on the indexing and cost tiller. Yet next year he's stepping back.
12 Bill Gross
Janus Capital
He's still everywhere ... even though he doesn't manage as much money as he used to.
13 George Gatch
J.P. Morgan Asset Management
JPMAM's fund flows are hurting.
14 Edward Bernard
T. Rowe Price
He stands tall after a CEO swap.
15 Joe Mansueto
Morningstar, Inc.
He's the man behind the stars, though he's taken a step back.
16 Jack Bogle
Vanguard Group, The
Vanguard is still following his vision (mostly).
17 Ron O'Hanley
State Street Global Advisors
How will he transform SSgA? We're waiting to see.
18 Charlie Morrison
Fidelity Investments
He heads up the Boston Behemoth's $2 trillion fund biz ... and he says Fidelity might be an acquirer?!
19 Joe Sullivan
Legg Mason
Joe just won fund leader of the year.
20 Ted Truscott
Ameriprise Financial
Can Ameriprise thread the branding needle as Columbia suffers outflows?
21 Rob Manning
MFS Investment Management
He's now sharing his crown with his CIO.
22 Andy Sieg
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
As the DoL rule looms, Sieg continues to shake up Merrill.
23 Rob Lovelace
Capital Research and Management Company
The scion of LA's most powerful mutual fund family is also a key PM and management committee member.
24 Sean Healey
Affilliated Managers Group
He is the analysts' darling, and AMG is Wall Street's idea of what an asset manager should be.
25 Phil De Toledo
Capital Group
Three men now run CapGroup, and the other two are PMs.
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