Institutional Investors Get Social
Nearly half of institutional investors have taken action based on information from social media, a Greenwich Associates study found.
Young Professionals: Demonstrating Initiative Above and Beyond
There are many ways young advisors can bring additional value to their firms, beyond what's in their job description.
On Social Media, Cut Through the Compliance Clutter and Connect
Hootsuite talks with pros in regulated industries about the challenges standing between their social media presence and forging deeper client connections.
How to Lose Clients and Alienate People on Social Media
An online connection is not a relationship. In fact, advisors who use social media indiscriminately may alienate clients, a report from The American College warns.
Plan Sponsors Embrace Social Media
What’s with this Facebook thing? It’s a question answered by more plan sponsors.
SEC’s 5 Things Not to Tell FINRA About Social Media Use
Since the advent of social media, financial services professionals have feared violating compliance regulations. Out of an overabundance of caution, many have been unnecessarily filing materials with FINRA.
The Top Reason CFPs Avoid Social Media
Uncertainty over compliance and regulatory requirements remains the top reason CFPs steer clear of using social media for professional use, according to a just-released survey by the CFP Board.
Social Media: Don’t Just Be There, Be Remarkable
Financial Social Media held on Friday a webinar discussing trends in social media that advisors should take note of in 2013.
Mastering Social Media
In a sign of the times, 600 advisors at an Investment Management Consultants Association conference recently crammed into a training session called “Get Linked In, Not Left Out: Compliance Friendly Ways to Harness Social Media’s Power in Your Practice.” That’s no typo: 600.