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  • (InHub Quoted) Advisor RFPs not Just for Mega Plans

    To read the full article, click here. By: Fred Barstein, 10.30.15.  The median size of plans conducting advisor RFPs recently is $35 million, according to research by Inhub, an online advisor RFP service. Fielding Miller recently said that his group is filling out an RFP every day, some of which are under $10 million. Though many advisors seem ambivalent about clients and prospects conducti full article
  • (InHub quoted) Managers Tap Tech, Outsourcing in Sales Efficiency Push

    Managers Tap Tech, Outsourcing in Sales Efficiency Push Read full article here. ...One such provider is InHub, which this year launched its eRFP product for institutions’ investment committees to find investment consultants, and is broadening this out to include manager searches. "When we launched, it was focused only on hiring and evaluating investment consultants, but now it’s about full article
  • InHub and Fin|News partner to offer streamlined web-based rfp process for open-searches

    InHub and Fin|News Partner to Offer Streamlined Web-Based RFP Process for Open-Searches PARTNERSHIP ALLOWS FIN|NEWS TO REPORT ON SEARCHES CONDUCTED THROUGH INHUB PLATFORM AND EXPAND RFP REACH FOR INHUB USERS NEW YORK, Oct. 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Financial Investment News (fin|news) has partnered with InHub (www.theinhub.com) to provide the institutional investing community with a streamlined full article
  • Virginia Foundation Hires New Investment Advisor

    NONPROFIT NEWS, INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT RESOURCES | NPNEWS.COM |  July 2, 2015   The $9 million National Concrete Masonry Association Foundation hired ORION Investment Advisors as its new investment consultant, said Larry J. Medley, v.p. of finance and administration. The Herndon, Va.-based foundation recently hired ORION following a search that utilized InHub's online eRFP platform full article
  • White-Paper: Selecting Service Providers & RFP’s Importance in a fiduciary process

    Industry expert, Roger Levy, writes about fiduciary duties and how important it is to follow a formal due diligence process when hiring service providers, including investment advisors, to a retirement plan and other institutional accounts. Section 6: How to identify candidates and manage the process? (page 10) "Alternatively, technology such as InHub's eRFP system now allows issue of an RFP v full article
  • PLANSPONSOR.com: Fiduciary Plan Advisors Offers eRFP Tech through InHub

    Clients of Fiduciary Plan Advisors can now work more collaboratively in a centralized and Web-driven request for proposal process, delivered through technology by InHub. By PLANSPONSOR staff EDITORS@PLANSPONSOR.COM | May 22, 2015   Fiduciary Plan Advisors (FPA) has entered into a strategic partnership with InHub, the creator of Web-based RFP technology. The partnership allows Fid full article
  • PRESS RELEASE: Fiduciary Plan Advisors Partners With Startup InHub for Industry Leading, Cloud-Based eRFP Technology

    Partnership Enables Fiduciary Plan Advisors to Issue, Evaluate, and Document the Institutional Request for Proposal Process Online With Client Access and Participation   CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - May 21, 2015) -Fiduciary Plan Advisors (FPA), the Baltimore-based HighTower Network team that delivers full-service consulting on all types of employer sponsored retirement plans, today announc full article
  • Q&A with Susan Mangiero: Electronic RFP Process and Fiduciary Duty

    "[InHub's] mission is to apply the power of technology to the Request for Proposal (“RFP”) process and thereby hopefully make it easier for institutional investors to form an educated decision about what advisor, consultant or asset manager to select. Just as important, the goal is to facilitate a centralized repository for documents and communications that could be helpful in demonstrating pr full article

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