How Advisors Are Using Social Media (With No Compliance Headaches!)
Advisors are increasingly under pressure to begin using social media in their own practices, but the research shows that the main benefit is how it improves communication and interaction with current clients.
Top 10 Trends in Wealth Management for 2012
Whither wealth management? The industry will continue to undergo radical changes that began in 2008, says Aite Group in a detailed report.
Grow Your Business With Social Media
In my years of experience working with investment advisors, the No. 1 way new clients are acquired has consistently been through referrals.
Advisors Crave More Control Over Asset Management: Aite
'Clearly, advisors crave more control in the asset-management process,' says the Aite Group's report, 'Managing Wealth: Advisor Perspectives on Investment Products and Fee Business.'
Apple of Their Eye: iPads, iPhones Favorites of Advisors, Survey Finds
Financial advisors polled by Aite Group said they preferred using iPads and iPhones over BlackBerry devices, according to a report released Thursday.
Where’s Your Compensation Heading?
Most financial advisors expect to see a spike in revenue in 2011 but continuing market volatility and a growing unease over Washington have put a chill on any unfettered enthusiasm.
Bank Financial Advisor Cross-Selling Is Floundering
Are banks and their affiliated broker-dealers fully exploiting cross-selling opportunities?
Recovery Slow for Wealth Management Assets: Aite Report
The U.S. wealth management industry had high hopes pinned on 2010, but a report released Tuesday by Aite Group found, the overall market size of the brokerage and advisory industry had not fully recovered from its losses by year-end.
Wealth Management Firms Lack Comprehensive 'Onboarding' Process
Advisors risk increased client attrition, missed growth opportunities and regulatory peril, according to Aite report.
No End in Sight to Breakaway Broker Trend: Aite Group Report
The structure of employee retention packages at wirehouses will lead to a second wave of departures, an Aite Group survey of 151 advisors shows.