TD Ameritrade Earns $240M in Quarter; Says Retail Robo Is Coming
Advisor business was particularly strong in the quarter ended June 30, say outgoing CEO Tomczyk and incoming CEO Hockey.
Earning Your Clients' Trust: Simple but Not Immediate
Caring for your clients can build trust over time, but you can build your business by being trustworthy.
Advisors Must Tell Clients About Their Robo Use, State Regulator Says
Advisors must disclose to clients when they use robo platforms and what services those platforms provide, Commonwealth Secretary William Galvin of Massachusetts says.
Blockchain-Powered Financial Tools Get Big Push From IBM, Deloitte
An IBM center in Singapore will aim to use blockchain technology to bring efficient multi-party finance transaction and process tools to market.
Trust: Being a Good Advisor Is About More Than Expertise and Information
First, listen to a prospect's needs, then present your solutions.
Fintech Leaders Cautious as Online Lender Regulations Loom
Financial technology representatives told Congress that they were wary, but not outright opposed, to new regulations being considered for the online lending sector.
Sallie Krawcheck’s Robo for Women Goes Beyond ‘Pink It and Shrink It’
Longer lives, differing salary curves and a distaste for jargon are among the investing issues the Ellevest platform is designed to address, Krawcheck tells ThinkAdvisor.
6 Keys to Effective Selling for Independent Advisors
Breakaway brokers know how to sell, and once you’re over your misguided aversion to “sales,” you can, too.
The Future of OSJs: Does Size Matter?
Eric Schwartz of Cambridge and others say industry trends are pushing more advisors to join a certain size branch.
Legg Mason Buys Big Stake in Robo-Advisor
The asset manager says the deal will help it boost distribution to partnering advisors coping with new DOL rules.