New Hire Roundup: Sonnenberg Joins Glassman Wealth Services
Also this week in personnel announcements and new hires, Tony Leonard joined OneAmerica.
Why Ken Fisher Is Wrong About Future of RIAs
Independent RIAs offer the one thing that Wall Street can’t: independence to represent their clients — and only their clients.
Why In-Person Advisor Conferences Still Matter: Case in Point, Schwab Impact
There are more ways than ever for advisors to learn from each other, and to support each other, but nothing beats an in-person gathering of the like-minded.
Asset Managers as SIFIs? No Way, Trade Groups Say
SIFMA and the IAA called on the Treasury to withdraw its report on asset managers' systemic importance, calling it biased and inaccurate.
How the SEC Plans to Be ‘Everywhere’
Despite limited resources, the agency is leveraging its strengths to zero in on advisors’ smallest infractions.
SEC Puts Fund Directors in Spotlight
The SEC enforcement division will put a heightened focus on fund boards’ approval of advisor fees, the co-director of the division said Wednesday.
Genworth Taps Industry Veteran Charles Goldman for Board of Directors
As Genworth Financial moves ahead in a partnership with two private equity firms, Goldman, known as a fiduciary advocate, takes the reins as board chairman.
New Hire Roundup: IMCA Names Whiting National Sales Director
John Carter of Nationwide was named IRI board chairman, and Tom Petrone became director of capital markets at Dynasty Financial Partners.
Hedge Fund Ads at the Super Bowl? No Way, Says BlackRock’s Novick
Hedgies are as wary of a plunge into retail marketing as naysayers are of an advertising free-for-all now that the solicitation ban has been lifted.
RIA Growth Inevitable as Brokers Go Indie: S&P Capital IQ
Brokers’ move to independence is one of the fastest growing trends in wealth management, and RIAs are poised for more growth, S&P Capital IQ says.