Top 10 Wealth Management Trends for 2013
Every year brings its own challenges, but 2013 is likely to be an exceptionally dynamic year for wealth managers, the Aite Group predicts.
A lot of broker-dealers have invested in the retirement income space.
Evolution of Advisors: Trends, Challenges in the Advice Industry
As advisors begin preparing for the new year, AdvisorOne spoke with Jeff Montgomery, CEO of AFAM/Innealta Capital, to see how the advisory industry has evolved and what changes advisors can expect in the future.
New Retirement Pro Emerges From Altered Landscape
How do you provide high-level retirement income advice to your clients? It’s a single question with multiple answers, and it could be an advisor’s toughest challenge.
Custodians Offer More Trust Services to BDs and RIAs
Enhancements from National Advisors, Pershing and Genworth all highlight a new custodian trend: helping advisors retain trust assets with powerful custody platforms.
New Hire Roundup: Hatteras Promotes Murphy
This week in new hires, Robert Murphy was named CIO of Hatteras Alternative Mutual Funds; Steven Lofquist went to JHS Capital Advisors; and Franklin Square welcomed Mike Gerber.
2012 Broker-Dealers of the Year; Top Wealth Managers: September Investment Advisor—Slideshow
September is our annual broker-dealer issue and includes the 22nd annual Broker-Dealers of the Year contest.
Forces for Good: Biggest Trends and Challenges for Broker-Dealers
Albridge and Beacon Strategies revisit their 2010 survey to identify two forces that are pressuring the broker-dealer industry and how BDs are responding.
Clinton, Other Speakers Headline Insite
Insite 2012, Pershing’s 14th-annual conference, attracted more than 2,000 attendees, many of whom are broker-dealer home office personnel and BD reps who work through Pershing’s clearing business and use its technology.
At Pershing Insite, a Plea for BDs to Scrutinize Reps’ Outside Dealings
Joan Schwartz of Pershing warns BD executives to better scrutinize such dealings, since “this is how bad reps are stealing clients’ money.”