Want Clients? Use ‘Little Data’ to Get Big Results
How to use small amounts of data and Google Maps to create great outcomes for both your CRM system and advisory practice.
GOP Framework Would Raise Taxes for Many of Your Clients
Analyses from the conservative-leaning Tax Foundation and liberal-leaning Tax Policy Center agree that those in the 90th-95th percentiles for income would pay more.
Wells Fargo Consistently ‘Abused’ Customers, House Dems Say
The 38-page House Financial Services staff report cites a “pattern” of abusive business practices and “disregard” for customers.
SEC to Gather Data on Unregistered Advisors, Brokers
Third-party advisor exams are “not a bad idea,” SEC chief Jay Clayton said, but “it’s not front of my mind right now.”
New York Reminds Student Borrowers to Apply for Loan Forgiveness
Trump has threatened to end the program, but Attorney General Schneiderman notes it's still intact and his office will help New Yorkers wrongfully denied eligibility.
Increasing Business Value Through Technology
“Based on volumes and demographics, there should be more deals being done, however, there is often a disconnect between buyers and sellers,” says Dan Seivert of ECHELON.
Lynn Tilton Wins SEC Fraud Trial She Worked Hard to Avoid
The Patriarch Partners founder called the proceeding unfair after the SEC sued her over claims she defrauded investors.
Kovack Securities Inks Outsourcing Deal to Add 35 Reps
The strategic alliance could boost the IBD’s assets to more than $10 billion.
DFA: What Clients Value Most in Their Advisors
While investors use emotion to measure the primary value received from their advisor, the most important attributes of that relationship are more practical, DFA found.
Rep. Wagner Introduces Bill to Kill DOL Fiduciary Rule
The Protecting Access for Small Savers Act keeps fiduciary rulemaking at the SEC.