LPL 'Has Heard' Advisors on Need to Boost Service, Says President Arnold
The IBD outlines progress it has made and rollouts to come at annual conference.
How to Target Affluent Clients Online
Mass-market and mass-affluent investors are similarly inclined to use digital investment tools, but have different desires about how and when to interact with wealth managers online.
The Future of Robo-Advice
As broker-dealers and asset managers adopt robo technology, pure-play robo-advisors will morph into offerings that also offer a human touch.
Technology Observations From Belize
In July, I had the opportunity to join a team of 37 people and spend a week helping the citizens in Progresso, Belize, a remote village of approximately 2,000 people.
Apple, Google and Other Tech Giants Say Regulations Block Fintech Innovation
Regulations on fintech are a "significant market barrier" for would-be disruptors, according to a consortium comprising Amazon, Apple, Google, Intuit and PayPal.
How Key Energy Got the SEC to Go Easy on Bribery Charges
The SEC accused its Mexican subsidiary of violating provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act but only made the company disgorge $5 million in profits.
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.
Hearsay Launches New Social Media Tool for Advisors
The platform tracks client communications, suggests steps for advisors to take and gives broker-dealers data for building best practices.
USAA Nabs Citi's FinTech Chief
Heather Cox joins USAA as head of IT, digital strategy and client experience as the firm is pioneering biometrics for account logins.
Raymond James Completes Rollout of Mobile Platform
The firm also has introduced document sharing technology to its roughly 6,800 financial advisors.