Houston, TX (PRWEB) August 28, 2009
The Independent Fiduciary announces the release of its blog, which is located at http://theindependentfiduciary.org. The blog will feature discussions on topics including Fiduciary Responsibilities, Economics, and Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS).
TheIndependentFiduciary.org is a dedicated group of individuals from diverse professional backgrounds who have come together to express their views on how best to serve and act in the best interests of clients, investors, pensioners, and other beneficiaries. The site is authored by Stephen R. Ganns, who has more than 30 years of real estate experience in acquisition, management, restructure/workout and financing.
The entity believes in the importance of the duty to act prudently, which requires that fiduciaries be proactive rather than reactive after the fact, in fulfilling their obligations and duties. As such, fiduciaries should perform adequate due diligence prior to making recommendations.
"We pride ourselves as being students of history while applying heuristic and analytic methods to our research of core phenomena in the pursuit of solutions which have the highest probability of success," said Stephen R. Ganns, founder of The Independent Fiduciary.org. "Our work is done without regard to passion, prejudice or politics but only through the application of logic toward the end goal of meeting stated objectives on behalf of those we represent."
About Stephen R. Ganns
Throughout his career, Mr. Ganns has led complex and diverse advisory engagements on behalf of institutional investors, plan sponsors, general and limited partnerships, attorneys and other interests. He has authored best practice methodology for real estate portfolio investment monitoring for institutional investments on behalf of plan sponsors. In conjunction with his on-going monitoring of the world economies and governmental regulations, Mr. Ganns has formed affiliations/relationships with financial leaders and academic institutions.
Mr. Ganns holds a B.B.A. in Finance from the University of Texas at Austin. For more information, please visit http://www.stephenrganns.com.