Knowledge and Insights: News and Press Releases

Mercadien Hosts Day of Service to Help Veterans and Children

Demonstrating the community involvement, professional teamwork and holiday spirit that have been an important and recognized focus of the firm for more than 50 years, employees of The Mercadien Group participated in a day of service that the firm organized for the benefit of homeless veterans and children in need, and as a celebration of…

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Mercadien’s Ken Kamen Discusses Impact of Brexit Vote with Reuters

Mercadien Asset Management’s Ken Kamen talks with Bobbi Rebell about the impact of the Brexit vote on the financial markets, and what to watch after the vote this week. View video. 

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Central NJ High Schools Win Big At Regional Money$peak Competition

Princeton, NJ – The expanded second annual Money$peak competition, presented by the Mercadien Foundation and Rider University, with participating student teams from Bordentown, Hillsborough, Hopewell Valley, Lawrence, Steinert, and West Windsor Plainsboro North high schools, was held before a crowd of supporters on Wednesday, June 1, 2016.  To get to this final regional personal finance…

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Lisa Thouin Presents on Risk Management to Central NJ Financial Managers Society

The NY/NJ Chapter recently held the third of a planned series of three breakfast meetings designed specifically to enhance the professional development of financial decision makers at community banks in the central New Jersey region. The meeting was held at the Radisson Hotel of Freehold on Thursday, May 5, 2016 in Freehold, NJ. The Chapter…

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Money$peak Expands in Central New Jersey on June 1

Princeton, NJ – High school students in central New Jersey will participate in an expanded, second annual Money$peak competition on June 1 at 6:00 p.m. in Rider University’s Bart Luedeke Auditorium. The Mercadien Foundation sponsors the event – with support from The Mercadien Group, New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company, Rider University, the TD Charitable Foundation,…

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Raji Sathappan New Flood Insurance Article Cover Story of NJBankers Magazine

The National Flood Insurance Act of 1967 and the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 (FDPA), as amended, govern the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Among other things, these statutes require the purchase of flood insurance on certain properties and make available federally subsidized flood insurance to owners and improved real estate or mobile homes located in special…

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NJ Society of CPAs Publishes Article by Mercadien Tax Intern

7 Tips to Help You Make the Most of an Accounting Internship For many aspiring college graduates looking to enter the accounting profession, landing an internship is an important step to attain the job of their dreams. Whether the internship is with the Big Four, a regional firm or a local practice, each of these…

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Legal Intelligencer Features Frank Pina Article on Employee Dishonesty Investigations

Employee dishonesty has long been defined as the intentional misappropriation of cash or merchandise from a company by an employee. Recent trends, however, point to a dynamic shift in these acts and a more complex definition, mainly to include increasingly sophisticated fraudulent schemes spanning several years and often involving financial professionals and the use of…

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$martWorkplace Roundtable Energizes Community Leaders

We all need better ways to connect with and understand financial information; luckily, big change is underway. The Mercadien Foundation held a roundtable discussion on Monday, Feb. 1 to bring together businesses, nonprofits, and community organizers to tackle workplace issues related to financial capability and education. From the discussion, the Mercadien Foundation will launch the…

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Michelle Everman Selected as PRCC Champion of Business Award Recipient

Dear Friends, Welcome to 2016! The warm breezes of 2015 are now in the past and we can now look forward to the wonderful cold of winter and the beginning of a new year — 2016! The area fitness centers are full (for now) and people are following diets (for now). Ok, some people are…

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