How Young Advisors Can Advocate for Change
Young advisors may be eager to embrace the next evolution of the profession, but change requires a delicate balance with the status quo.
Technology Observations From Belize
One thing I learned on a trip to Belize: You need to be prepared to use multiple channels to communicate with your clients.
Recruiting Roundup: Dynasty, Triad Pick Up Large Advisor Groups
Meanwhile, Merrill Lynch & U.S. Trust report their newest registered reps.
LPL Limits Pay Hikes, Bonuses for Employees
Companywide, there will not be merit increases in 2016, as the IBD takes "a cautious approach."
Robo Technology's Promise Redux: It’s About the Clients, Stupid
Comments on a prior blog lead me to refine my point about who will be the bigger beneficiary of digital advice platforms.
‘Equity’ Movie: Backstabbing, Sexism and Ruthlessness on Wall St.
"Equity" producer and co-star Sarah Megan Thomas talks to ThinkAdvisor about telling the story of women and "the gray lines of power on Wall Street."
4 Steps to Truly ‘Scale’ an Advisory Business
Through effective scaling, we can typically increase a firm’s revenues by 33% without adding more clients, more employees, increasing operating costs or working harder.
FPA Hires Colacci as Public Policy Counsel
Josephine Colacci will help push for an SEC fiduciary rule and other Financial Planning Coalition policy efforts.
Wells Fargo Taps New Head of Advisor Group
David Kowach replaces Mary Mack, who is now in charge of the company's retail banking business.
SEC Names Snyder Co-Head of Advisor Exams
Synder joins Jane Jarcho in OCIE to help oversee more than 520 lawyers, accountants and examiners.