Connie Bugbee Named Managing Editor of iMoneyNet.
"Connie has done a fantastic job for iMoneyNet since rejoining us as an editor in May 1997," said Randy Wood, managing director of iMoneyNet. "Her knowledge of the industry, dating back to the early 1980s, is an asset that iMoneyNet can draw upon to inform our clients, money fund investors and the general public about issues affecting these low-risk cash vehicles."
Mrs. Bugbee served as editor of Donoghue's Money Fund Report and Donoghue's Mutual Funds Almanac for The Donoghue Organization from June 1981 to March 1987. She was senior vice president of operations and trading at W.E. Donoghue & Co. Inc. from March 1987 until she returned to IBC Financial Data, since renamed as iMoneyNet.
She graduated from Clark University in Worcester, Mass. with a bachelor's degree in psychology and held NASD Series 2 and Series 65 licenses.
iMoneyNet, an Informa Financial company, is the leading provider of "must-have" information about money-market mutual funds. iMoneyNet has published Money Fund Report(TM), an industry-leading weekly newsletter since 1975, and has produced the unsurpassed Money Fund Vision(TM) database software package since 1993. iMoneyNet's other unrivaled money fund products, delivered electronically or in hard-copy form, include Money Market Insight(TM), Rated Money Fund Report(TM), Money Fund Expense Report(TM), Money Fund Analyzer(TM), Money Fund Monitor(TM), Money Fund MarketShare(TM), Offshore Money Fund Report(TM), IMMFA Money Fund Report(TM), and Offshore Money Fund Vision(TM). iMoneyNet also provides customized comparative data regarding funds' performance, assets and expenses to client portfolio managers, marketers, and analysts.
The Money Fund Report Averages(TM), licensed for use by financial institutions, are the most widely used short-term cash benchmarks in the industry. Investors are able to track them and individual funds of interest via updates carried by Dow Jones, Bloomberg News, Reuters, and Associated Press, etc., as well as through iMoneyNet-supplied tables syndicated to major newspapers and leading personal finance magazines. Lists of top-yielding retail and institutional funds are also posted weekly on www.imoneynet.com.