Five to Watch: The New School—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
By design, the 2015 edition of the IA 25—this year, the IA 35 for 35—is meant to take the long view, specifically looking at the people who have influenced the industry in its first 35 years.
Marv Tuttle: FPA's Guiding Light—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
Marv Tuttle reared the Financial Planning Association through its childhood and adolescence—and its seminal lawsuit against the SEC. He's most proud of FPA's pro bono work, its NexGen movement and the Journal of Financial Planning.
Morgan Stanley’s Gorman Defends 25% Pay Raise
The CEO’s $22.5 million salary in 2014 does not put him among the top 10 highest paid in the U.S.
SEC’s Former IM Director Returns to Help Craft Fiduciary Rule
Andrew "Buddy" Donohue's "deep knowledge of asset management will be especially useful" as the SEC considers a uniform fiduciary standard, said Chairwoman Mary Jo White.
How Super OSJs Bring Innovation to Broker-Dealers
While broker-dealer management is distracted by heavy-handed regulation, BD producer groups (aka super OSJs) are providing multiple new benefits to reps.
New Hire Roundup: NASAA Names Joseph Brady Executive Director
Meanwhile, TIAA-CREF announced that Derek Dorn has been named vice president of public policy and associate general counsel.
Fewer Advisors Means More Automation: Celent
The impending retirements of aging advisors, combined with the increased appetite for advice among millennials, will make automated advice services a necessity, Celent predicts.
4 Steps to Building a Client-Centric Financial Advisory Team
Here's how to build a firm focused on personalized service to clients, according to Russell Investments.
Moshe Milevsky: Big Change Is Coming—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
The next generation of advisors "may have very different skill sets in 30 years than their mentors do now," Milevsky says.
Advisors Who Serve(d) Tell Their Stories: Memorial Day, 2015
In our latest slideshow honoring advisors who served in the armed forces, we present 16 veterans deserving of praise.