‘Phase 2’ of DOL Rule Is Dead: Brian Hamburger
At the MarketCounsel Summit, Hamburger also said the Protocol for Broker Recruiting was "unraveling."
How America’s Top Wealth Manager Delivers the ‘Ultimate Client Experience’
Jeff Erdmann, named America’s No. 1 wealth advisor by Forbes, and his 33-year-old partner, Tony Carpentieri, tell ThinkAdvisor how they keep their ultra-wealthy clients loyal.
What We Know About Corporate Winners and Losers in Tax Bill
Here's how 13 industries would fare under the bill passed by the Senate over the weekend.
Merrill to Stay in Broker Protocol; Wells Fargo on Fence
One recruiter wonders: Why is the BofA wealth unit staying in the recruiting deal while Morgan Stanley and UBS have left?
Morgan Stanley Undercuts Rivals With Robo
Targeting younger investors, Morgan Stanley has launched its online platform, Access Investing, with an annual fee below that of wirehouse rivals.
A $20T BlackRock-Vanguard Duopoly Is Investing’s Future
A world where two asset managers call the shots, with wealth exceeding U.S. GDP and almost everyone as a customer, is closer than you think.
Tax Bill, Passed in Haste, Could Hurt Small-Biz Retirement Plans: ARA’s Graff
The tax overhaul, which cleared the Senate early Saturday, has been "barreling through Congress," leaving little time to address technical issues, the retirement lobbyist says.
7 Tips for Repaying Student Loans
Now is the time when recent college graduates must begin repaying their student loans, so they should be aware of the do's and don'ts.
What 6 Top BD Insiders Divulge About Fintech Trends
Six BD leaders gave Investment Advisor their take on the year’s biggest fintech news, their thoughts on what's to come and their favorite tech tools.
RBC Wealth Nabs UBS Branch Manager: Recruiting Roundup
Meanwhile, Janney brings on advisors from Merrill and Wells Fargo, and Raymond James’ independent channel picks up a Wells team