Technology Is Your Firm’s Central Nervous System
When Jason Kavanaugh founded Concorde Investments in 2005, he felt technology would be the cornerstone of the company and the foundation from which to grow the business.
Technology As an Investment – And a Niche
Clients who are keen to have Kim Gaxiola as their financial advisor better not have reservations about technology.
Technology Brings Together Service, Sustainable Investing
For Krull & Company, technology has always been a key driver in supporting the firm’s sustainable investing mandate in an efficient manner.
How One RIA Uses Technology to Nurture Client Relationships
From overhead projectors to a state-of-the-art media space, Brand Asset Management is focusing on how clients interact with its advisors to support growth.
Team Building in a Global Market
In today's world, where so many businesses operate globally and demographics are changing rapidly, human capital has become even more important for companies.
Use Automation, Checklists to Create Efficiencies
Automation and systematized processes help advisors avoid "acting in chaos" when clients have difficult questions.
Technology Integration Critical to Compete With Wirehouses
Integrated Wealth Management built a more attractive technology offering to draw talented advisors away from wirehouses.
How an Acquisition Brought Better Tech to Bronfman E.L. Rothschild
When the Rockville, Maryland-based firm acquired Highline Wealth Management in 2015, choosing a technology system was an important point of discussion.
Go Global for Diversification, Carefully
Paul O'Connor of Henderson Global Investors and other strategists discuss the differing benefits of global investing.
Why Pro Athletes Squander Their Money; How Advisors Can Help
Former baseball pro and now CFP Erik Averill says few of his advisor peers have the skills to adequately serve professional athletes.