SEC Must Target Form ADV Changes to Reduce Advisor Costs: IAA
IAA tells SEC to focus a 'particularly keen eye' on disproportionate costs to small advisors under its request for more SMA data on Form ADV.
SEC Proposes Significant Changes to Form ADV Part 1
Just when you thought it was safe to go outdoors, the Securities and Exchange Commission strikes again.
5 Ways Social Media Can Keep You in Front of Prospects, Clients
Social media can help your firm attract and retain customers as well as create a buzz about your products and services.
Big Asset Managers Slow to Adopt Social Media
Only 49% of the largest U.S. institutional asset managers actively use one or more social media platforms, according to a study released Wednesday.
Investment Advisor Compliance in the Digital Age
There are many ways that existing technology can support a robust compliance program.
Wirehouse Advisors Now Lead the Way on Social Media, Putnam Finds
Social media compliance is becoming less of a headache, and more and more firms are seeing their efforts pay off in new assets.
How to Communicate Compliantly With Social Media
Social media can be a complicated subject, especially considering the variety of ways advisors can adopt and leverage the channel.
6 Steps to Complying With SEC Email Regulations
Hiring a vendor to capture and archive emails within your advisory firm is the beginning, not the end, of complying with SEC rules and regs.
Penn Mutual Extols Benefits of Social Media
Penn Mutual has been "really pushing" its reps to adopt social media, and half of them are now on Hearsay Social's platform, the insurer says.
‘If You Don’t Have a Social Presence, You Don’t Count’
Chris Andrew of Northwestern Mutual and Karen Kehr of Ameriprise have some words of wisdom on advisors' social media use.