Next-Gen Advisors Have a Boomer Problem
Young advisors think boomer firm owners are cavemen with boring and inefficient training techniques. Here are the six problems that exist.
Do Incentives Motivate People?
Think about your desired outcome before throwing more money at unhappy people.
6 Ways for Owner-Advisors to Make Mergers Work
My consulting work with advisors—and my own failed merger experience—have taught me these lessons.
Wagner Law Group to Open Washington Office
ERISA attorney Marcia Wagner says the new office will help navigate "some of the most complicated legal and regulatory landscapes."
Investors A-OK With Their Investment Management: E-Trade
Investors' top resolution for the year is to use more online tools, the E-Trade survey found.
Stagnant RIA Growth Demands Pricing Change
Fidelity report suggests advisors must do better at "change management," particularly in matching their pricing with value delivered and forming a digital strategy.
FINRA Enforcement Chief Bennett to Depart
Brad Bennett will leave early next year and return to private practice.
U.S. Limits on Wall Street Bonuses Appear Doomed Ahead of Trump
Obscure regulator of credit unions said to be hurdle for rules; new restrictions clash with Trump pledge to rip up Dodd-Frank.
Key to Advisor Success: Having the Discipline to Finish
The industry is seeing profits shrink. To reverse this trend, owners should view their firms as “finished” but never “done.”
50 Best Places to Work: Glassdoor Report
Career website Glassdoor Inc. released its annual report on the best places to work based on employees’ anonymously submitted reviews.