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Eduardo Repetto: It's solving a problem before it exists on the back end.

Dimensional Fund Advisors to launch 13 target date funds but can its RIA 'cult' deliver success?
The Austin, Texas-based fund giant sees a 401(k) opening the size of its home state if Vanguard, T.Rowe and Fido are any indication

Friday 10.16.15
Tom Lydon: They'll do well with this partnership.

How DFA is putting its John Hancock on the ETFs category
The deep-in-Texas manager is lending index help to the Boston giant but dodging cannibalization and channel conflict

Wednesday 7.15.15
Eduardo Repetto: He is an excellent person to take on this critical role.

Dimensional Fund Advisors gives its globe-trotting co-CEO some relief by elevating another literal rocket scientist
The Austin-based firm is putting more CEO duties on Eduardo Repetto, and letting Gerard O'Reilly do the heavy CIO lifting

Friday 4.11.14
Eduardo Repetto posed with Alex Potts and Chip Roame before telling advisors about a born-of-data, new ingredient in DFA funds.

Dimensional's co-CEO tells clients at Monterey event that DFA is changing its Classic-Coke intellectual fund recipe
Loring Ward advisors learned that a 'breakthrough' dimension related to profitability will be mixed into all funds by year's end

Thursday 6.6.13
Alex Potts: In the end, I hope for one idea, or concept, to arise and challenge my thinking.

What three consumer-investors told CEOs at the Tiburon conference in New York
It's not, not, not the products and the returns that keep them coming back

Wednesday 4.17.13
Eduardo Repetto: It will happen some day.

Eduardo Repetto tips Dimensional Fund Advisors' hand on long-term succession -- which likely involves an IPO
DFA's co-CEO says that any IPO talk is purely precautionary but that the board has vetted the possibility thoroughly -- and largely ruled out the possibility of a merger

Wednesday 6.13.12
Consumers on the panel identified most advisors as being suspect communicators.

Loring Ward tells a focus group to let loose on advisors -- and it does
A tony Monterey RIA event becomes blood sport as 15 private investors unleash frustration on professionals

Monday 6.11.12

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