NEW YORK, Jan. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: BR) is scheduled to release its financial results for the fiscal second quarter and the six months ended December 31, 2019 on Friday, January 31, 2020.
HOUSTON, Jan. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- In December, Ryan Companies, along with Page and BBVA USA, announced their plans to build a 60-story, 770-foot-tall multi-use tower in downtown Austin. BBVA currently conducts business operations on the site and expects to continue in a new 4,000 square-foot space upon project completion.
TOLEDO, Ohio, Jan. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Welltower Inc. (NYSE: WELL) today announced that it will release its fourth quarter 2019 financial results after the close of trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, February 12, 2020. The Company will host a conference call and webcast on Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Time to discuss these results. The Company's earnings release will be available in the Investors section of the Company's website.
SKB and Harbert Expand Portfolios in Denver by Acquiring a Mixed-Use Industrial Project in the Up-and-Coming Clayton Neighborhood
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- ScanlanKemperBard Companies (SKB) is proud to announce a joint venture with Harbert Management Corporation (Harbert) and Denver-based developer Wolf/Stutz Investments (Wolf/Stutz) in which they have acquired a majority interest in the North Denver Industrial Portfolio. The property is a 482,700-square-foot industrial facility in the Clayton neighborhood of Denver, Colo. and was acquired off-market from local sellers Ari Stutz and Kenneth Wolf who are retaining a minority interest in the property.   "We are looking forward to partnering with Harbert and Wolf/Stutz on this exciting addition to SKB's growing urban industrial portfolio," said SKB President Todd Gooding. Built in the 1940s, the property historically served as a medical supply depot for the U.S. Army and maintains many of those historical features including exposed brick, wood ceilings and beams. The property is close-in to Denver's urban core, and is conveniently located with immediate access to the amenities of the River North Arts District. As part of the business plan, the partnership will invest approximately $47 million to reposition the property as a collaborative multi-tenant campus. The capital improvements are intended to transform the property into the preeminent location for the new generation of light industrial, creative manufacturing and urban flex tenants who have been impacted by the displacement of industrial space in and around Denver. According to SKB Executive Vice President, Richard Morean, "We believe the access to greenspace, in tandem with the ability to host scalable events on campus, creates an unparalleled opportunity to engage with tenants and the local community in Clayton. This acquisition is a great next step for SKB in the Denver market as we continue to grow our real estate portfolio."   "I'm confident our combined team will do a great job reintegrating this property back into the community. The neighbors call the old military-installed barb wire fence that surrounds the property the "Impenetrable Wall of Doom" – we are looking forward to removing that barrier and restoring connections to both our project and the new 39th Avenue Greenway," said developer Ari Stutz of Wolf/Stutz Investments. About ScanlanKemperBard Companies SKB is an established real estate merchant banking firm based in Portland, Oregon. Since its inception in 1993, SKB has originated total portfolio activity of $4.5 billion, comprised of 29.3 million square feet of office, industrial and retail space and 2,154 residential units. With longstanding relationships in each of its markets, SKB has the ability to source, structure and execute value creation across a wide spectrum of real estate opportunities. Visit SKB online at to learn more.  About Harbert Management Corporation  Harbert Management Corporation ("HMC") is an investment management firm focusing on alternative assets, with approximately $7.0 billion in Regulatory Assets Under Management as of December 31, 2019. We are disciplined, opportunistic investors who invest alongside our clients on equal terms and conditions. A privately owned firm founded in 1993, HMC serves foundations, endowments, fund of funds, pension funds, financial institutions, insurance companies, family offices, and high net worth individuals across multiple asset classes. MEDIA CONTACTS Richard Morean303-880-5543  Todd Gooding 503-220-2600   View original content to download multimedia: SOURCE SKB
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5 Key Benefits of a Robo-Adviser
Robo-adviser is an automated online wealth management service or a class of digital online financial institutions that offer financial advice or investment management tips online with minimal human intervention. The algorithms are executed by software to allocate, manage and optimize clients’ assets. Being online, however, does not make it less effective and ideal financial institution as it has almost all the aspects of the physical human involvement. The software allocates your investments in many investment products such as the stocks, bonds, real estate, commodities, and futures but directed towards an ETF portfolio. The main aim of the Robo-adviser is to provide portfolio management services or rather allocation of investments among asset classes. The investments are based on your risk tolerance and target return. These firms offer lower-cost investment management and financial advice which can include tax-optimization, retirement planning, insurance and more. They advise clients online and at a distance, without the need for a physical location and inconvenient face-to-face meetings. Investing with a Robo-adviser doesn’t mean sacrificing quality, service or trust, it means getting more convenience and faster services and, most significantly, lower costs. Robo-adviser is a technology that is bringing a digital revolution to the financial planning and investing sector. Here are 5 key benefits of using a Robo-adviser: 1.    Lower Fees Online advisers cost is relatively lower compared to the traditional financial advisers. If you invest through a bank, you probably pay for advice through a commission embedded in the management fees or on your investments. Online firms, on the other hand, charge lower fees because they’re much more investments oriented only and the technology used is automatic and self-guided and thus frees up advisers to fully focus on the client service. This also reduces overhead costs for things such as office space and other office-related expenses. The Online adviser offers a greater fee transparency with no hidden costs. 2.    More Convenient With Robo-advisers, clients receive the advisory services from anywhere across the globe. This saves them time, and other resources and is thus more convenient compared to the traditional financial advisory services. 3.    Low Minimums Robo-advisers’ investment advice is accessible to everyone, regardless of their income or net worth. Online advisers do not categorize clients based on their level of income and will provide advice and investment strategies that are appropriate to the stage you are at. 4.    Better Service The online model fits the modern investor and offers the services to a broader audience compared to the traditional financial services. The advice can be given via Skype, email, or even a phone call and investors get the service they want on their own terms. You don’t have to schedule a meeting with your financial adviser as the advice is provided to you from wherever you are. This digital online experience means that you can be updated on how your investments are performing, get financial planning and analysis tips, and work with your adviser in real time and from any place across the globe. 5.    Robo-adviser is as Safe as a Bank Your accounts with Robo-adviser accounts have the same protections and are provided with similar account protection funds as any other registered bank or financial institution. You don’t have to worry about your investments loss in case of any unexpected occurrences. Key Takeaway Robo-advisers are modernizing investment advice and making it more affordable, more accessible, and more convenient for everyone and are thus something to consider.