Insurance, finance industry leaders react to election results
Here are some early reactions from around the insurance and finance industries to Donald J. Trump becoming the nation's president-elect.
Cheaper Advice Isn’t Always Better Advice
Commission-based advisors can make recommendations based on a client's best interests, but given the conflicts involved, can they be relied upon to do so?
‘RIA-ization’ Transforming Advisor Industry
Advisors have lots to consider when using a corporate RIA or starting their own, says a panel at FSI OneVoice 2015.
FSI Taps Cetera, First Allied Exec as Vice Chairman
Adam Antoniades takes on a new role at FSI, while Richard Lampen of Ladenburg Thalmann gets a new title as well.
Advisors believe second gov’t shutdown will be averted
Three-quarters of advisors believe that Congress will pass a short-term fix early next year to avoid another shutdown.
Who's looking out for us? Part three
Broker-dealer partners are necessary and good, but why is all the power on one side of the equation?
Romney or Obama? LPL and FSI Polls Disagree
As the presidential race heats up with Mitt Romney’s choice of Paul Ryan as his running mate, polls from FSI and LPL have reached vastly different conclusions about who will win.
Ladenburg Joins FSI, Adding 2,700 Members to Lobby Group
FSI's membership now includes advisors from all three of Ladenburg’s indie BD subsidiaries, including Securities America, Triad Advisors and Investacorp.
FSI Elects 2012 Board; Joe Russo Is First-Ever Advisor Named Chair
Joe Russo is the first advisor ever elected chair of the independent BD organization. Larry Roth was elected vice-chair of FSI, and there are now four advisors on the 2012 board.
Investors Capital Matching Advisors' FSI Contributions
The broker-dealer's advisors have just pledged some $25,000 to the advocacy group, with matching contributions from Investors Capital CEO Tim Murphy and advisor Don Ingram.