Senate Banking Votes to Advance Clayton to SEC Chair Post
The committee voted to send Jay Clayton's nomination to the full Senate.
3 Ways to Successfully Leverage Your Young Advisors
Yes, employee development takes time and effort, but consider it an investment in your firm.
Aspire to Be the Employer of Choice
Among the most complicated aspects of an enduring business is people; specifically, recruitment, retention and development of talent.
Win the Talent War by Aligning Values With Growth Objectives
Well-defined core values give owner-advisors direction in hiring qualified candidates.
Not All 90% Payouts Are Created Equal
While the payouts of prospective independent firms may appear similar, there can be a wide income disparity between advisors.
Why FAs Do Not Prospect (and Should)
Suppose you knew, without doubt or hesitation, that each hour spent prospecting would generate at least $1,000 in recurring revenue.
HighTower Adds LPL Group in St. Louis
Meanwhile, a UBS team forms an RIA in Louisville and signs on with Raymond James' Investment Advisors Division.
Wells Fargo Brand Still Tainted, Hurting Reps & Recruiting
Tuesday's $110 million settlement over fake accounts doesn't mean the fallout for its advisors is going away anytime soon, says a top recruiter.
The Fiduciary Standard: What Would Peter Drucker Say?
In the end, fiduciary best practices for all advisors are about leadership. Are you a leader?
Former Obama Advisor Jarrett Elected to Ariel Investments' Board
Valerie Jarrett, the longest serving senior advisor to Obama, has a background in both the private and public sectors.