Johnson to Pick a Fidelity Veteran to Replace O’Hanley
President Abigail Johnson has told employees that asset management head Ronald O’Hanley will be replaced by an internal successor.
FINRA Creates Investor Issues Committee
The committee will advise senior FINRA staffers on proposed rulemaking and policy initiatives. Barbara Roper is one member.
FPA Experience: The Young, the Famous and the Virtual
New to this year's FPA Experience: Sessions will be streamed and archived to reach a wider advisor audience, CEO Lauren Schadle says.
Web Expert Unveils Social Media’s Untapped Client Riches
Clara Shih is on a mission to help advisors win new clients, build stronger relationships with current ones and bolster their brands via “social selling.”
Do Incentives Really Motivate People?
I get a twisted kind of pleasure when good arguments cause me to reconsider my long-held beliefs. The recent book by Clayton Christensen, “How Will You Measure Your Life?” spurred such a transformation.
To Succeed, Advisor CEOs, Compete to Be Unique, Not the Best
Think you have to compete to be “the best” advisory firm? You’re wrong. Here's a path to success that focuses on your unique services and unique client profiles.
Yes, Financial Literacy Is a Problem—That’s What Advisors Are For
Nothing comes as close to motherhood and apple pie in the realm of economics as financial literacy, yet the cause has taken a bit of a beating in recent years.
How to Fix Social Security While Averting Fiscal Ruin: Pozen
Bob Pozen knows how to fix Social Security, even after the United States falls off the new fiscal cliff—and the U.S. will fall, on March 1 to be exact, he says.
13 Ex-Football Players and Finance: The Good & the Bad
After success of varying degrees in the NFL or college football, nine former players took the high road and four others the very low road.
Morgan Stanley Drops Smith Barney From Name
“The name change was not unexpected,” said a recruiter. “Finally, we have the culmination of what was not a joint venture, but a takeover.”