The Herd vs. the Country Club: Which Mentality Is Right for You?
The need to follow the crowd and the desire for exclusivity are both powerful motivators you can use to your advantage.
LPL Shares Update on First Wave of NPH Onboarding
These 11 large groups moving onto LPL’s platforms should bring between $12.5 billion and $16 billion in combined client assets.
For Advisors, Tax Bill Could Start Shakeout, Job Switching
Tentative deal sets 20% deduction for pass-throughs; brokers at big banks wouldn’t be eligible for the tax break.
Senate Panel Advances Labor’s EBSA Chief Nomination
Senate HELP Committee voted Wednesday to advance Rutledge, who will help steer fiduciary rule changes, as well as O’Scannlain as solicitor.
Warning to Veteran Advisors: Your Old Model Won’t Cut It With Millennials
Eric Roberge, 38, a “personal trainer for your finances,” tells ThinkAdvisor his secrets to working with younger clients.
American College Launches New Wealth Management Certification Program
The curriculum focuses on how investments can be used to meet the goals of individual investors, according to Dean Michael Finke.
2 Ways to Solve the Talent Shortage
The issues facing the independent advisory field require collective action.
FINRA, Herbers Offer 2 New Educational Opportunities for Advisors
Angie Herbers rolls out Beyond U for online training, while FINRA partners with Georgetown to offer a regulatory designation.
SEC Names New Chief of Complex Financial Instruments Unit
Daniel Michael looks forward to fighting fraud in "some of the most challenging areas of the markets."
Regulatory Considerations for RIAs When Hiring a Non-Advisor
Even if a new hire won't be providing financial advice, there are several issues advisors must keep in mind.