Consulting firms tend to look the same. Same business model, same jargon, same claims on what they can do for you. We designed Naissance differently in ways that matter to our clients. We set out three principles:

Partners Do the Work

No army of junior analysts. No outsourcing. We are fully invested in everything we do.

Repackage Nothing

We start every project with a clean slate. Everything from our frameworks to our PowerPoint text is developed originally for every client.

Efficiency Matters

Nobody should sacrifice quality, and that quality should come with as much speed and as little cost as possible.

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  • Who Am I
    The Positioning Impact of Launching ETFs

    Last week OppenheimerFunds rebranded the recently-purchased RevenueShares ETF lineup as the Oppenheimer Factor Weighted ETFs. Given that the firm is new to the smart beta ETF space, a simple question crossed my mind: how do they now introduce themselves as … [read more]

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    How Good is T. Rowe Price’s Forecast?

    T. Rowe Price recently announced a significant expansion of its advisor-focused Sales efforts. Per Ignites (subscription), the firm plans to: Double the size of the 32-person broker-dealer Sales force Add 4 internals to the RIA team in order to create … [read more]

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  • Best Blogs of the Week – #217

    Equity market volatility continues increasing (in the short-term) and the industry’s blogs react precisely. No less than 7 posts this week on the subject. We captured our favorite 2 from Franklin Templeton and Vanguard. Franklin Templeton – Will Market Volatility Put … [read more]

  • Best Blogs of the Week #216

    Many asset managers are starting to acknowledge and blog about a potential global recession. Here are two of the better posts related to a global recession. M & G – What’s all this fuss about a recession? – If we’re … [read more]

  • Best Blogs of the Week #215

    Only one post to recommend from last week coming from the prolific and historic Wells Fargo Advantage Voice blog. Wells Fargo – Four things investors need to watch for in 2016 – Good riddance, 2015. Many investors probably feel frustrated with … [read more]

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