Wealthy Families, Target of Cybercrime, Lack Proper Defenses, Report Shows
Many families fail to audit their publicly available information, shows global report by Campden Wealth and Schillings.
UBS Exits Protocol, Creating ‘New World’ for Advisors, Clients
The departure will impact reps and clients, says Danny Sarch, though Mark Elzweig sees things differently.
Opening Up on Fintech
Leaders sound off on the latest technology, Equifax breach and more.
PayPal Enters the Robo-Advisory Business
The electronics payment firm has announced a new partnership with Acorns, the micro robo-advisory firm.
SEC Exam Priorities Said to Focus on Cybersecurity, Seniors in 2018
The new examination priorities list, usually released in January, would be the roadmap for OCIE activities for the year.
Joe Duran’s 6 Rules to Succeed in the Age of Vanguard
Duran gave the Schwab Impact audience concrete ideas to help advisors successfully deliver financial advice in a world of disruption.
3 Ex-TD Ameritrade Execs Pump Cash Into TAMP Firm
Investor Bryce Engel comes on board to lead Fusion Capital, while Asiff Hirji and Wayne Ferbert will join the board.
How Do You Beat a Robo-Advisor? Trust
Successful financial advisors must have the trust of their clients, an MIT economist says.
Betterment Adds Charitable Giving Feature in Time for Year-End Tax Moves
Betterment Charitable Giving will launch Nov. 28 and is available for all its retail investors and advisors using its advisory platform.
Groups Urge SEC to Update Broker Electronic Retention Rule
WORM storage “is not an effective business continuity or cybersecurity defense tool,” trade groups warn the securities regulator.