Schwab's IMPACT 2001 will continue as scheduled, the firm reports. Security has been heightened for the conference in Seattle. Nonetheless, those not wishing to attend due to concern stemming from the recent military action will have their registration fee refunded.
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Turner Investment Partners took a number of steps modifying its business in response to the September 11 attacks, according to the New York Times. The Philadelphia firm lowered its minimum investment to $25 from $2,500 for two weeks to allow patriotic investors into its funds. It also donated funds it had earmarked for a reception at the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans in San Franciso to the American Red Cross.
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