Years since founding
In firmwide assets
USD (in billions)
Employees in 13 global offices
Dimensional unveils plans to convert six tax-managed mutual funds into new ETFs, and targets November 18 for planned listing of its first two Dimensional Core Equity Market solutions.Read more
Business Insider shared an essay from Dimensional Founder and Executive Chairman David Booth on the importance of investing for the long term by focusing on factors you can control.Read more
Institutional Investor featured a paper from Dimensional researchers Wei Dai and Savina Rizova and Dimensional’s Resident Scientist Robert Merton that makes the case against performance fees for factor-based strategies.Read more
Dimensional is pleased to announce a reduction in management fees across a broad range of equity mutual funds effective February 28, 2021.Read more
Dimensional Fund Advisors has hired ETF industry veteran Nicole Hunter as Head of Capital Markets, effective October 26.Read more
Dimensional research suggests no tangible performance benefits from adjusting for intangibles.Read more
Dimensional Fund Advisors announced that, on September 14, Bernie Grzelak will join Dimensional as Chief Financial Officer.Read more
Dimensional has named Selwyn Notelovitz its Global Chief Compliance Officer and Randy Olson the Chief Compliance Officer of Dimensional’s US funds.Read more
“The good news for investors is you can have a rewarding investment experience without trying to outguess the market. But you may need to change the way you think about investing.”
Founder and Executive Chairman
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