Why ETFs Can’t Crack the Retirement Market
The mutual fund industry is vacuuming assets with its target-date funds, while ETF providers are scaling back. But why?
Breaking Away—When the Wirehouse Wants You to Stay
Independence-minded advisors encounter significant incentives and obstacles oriented toward keeping them and client assets in-house.
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.
Chuck Schwab: Slaying Wall Street Dragons—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
Schwab’s values-driven management helped create a firm that made investing more accessible.
5 Ways to Help Employees Boost Retirement Savings
Employers worry about pushing their employees too hard to save, but there are some ways they can help, Northern Trust says.
Will Vanguard’s New Hybrid Platform Crush Robos?
Investors with at least $50,000 can pay as little as $150 a year for the service, which combines digital advice with guidance from an advisor.
The 2015 IA 35 for 35
These advisor advocates, investors, politicians and thought leaders have stood out over the past 35 years and will influence financial services for decades to come.
Fund Investors Favored Taxable Bonds, International Equities in March
Mutual funds saw overall net outflows in March for the first time this year, but taxable bond and international equities found favor with investors, while international equity ETFs took in $24 billion.
New Hire Roundup: McGinness Joins Envestnet as Managing Director
Meanwhile, Behringer announced that Robert Aisner will transition from his position as CEO and president to become chairman.
Female FAs Tired of Playing Musical Chairs: Ann Hughes
Recruiting existing female advisors is simply a game of musical chairs. Ann Hughes, consultant-with-a-mission, says it's time for a new game.