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Wealth Manager Insight eNews will bring articles to your desktop every week. Publishing digitally–and daily on our Web site–lets us couple the strategies, insights and expert opinion that we’ve always had in the magazine with the most timely and relevant news, research, data and statistics on the Web. For more about Wealth Manager Insight weekly eNews, click here.
We’ve redesigned our Web site, www.WealthManagerWeb.com, so that you can easily see the depth and breadth of new content and find the information that’s most meaningful to you. While the media in which we report has changed, what hasn’t changed is our commitment to cover the topics you need to think about in order to be at your best for clients, run successful practices, mitigate client and firm risk, manage portfolios, and to guide your clients through these unprecedented times. Instead of once a month, however, we are reporting on WealthManagerWeb.com each day.
Wealth Manager continues to bring you exclusive, thoughtful articles from the contributing editors and columnists you know, including Vanessa Drucker, Susan Hirshman, Bob Huebscher, Andrew McElwee, Gavin Morrissey, Philip Palaveev, Sean Stannard-Stockton, Gib Watson and Ben Warwick. And we are adding new names and faces as well, including regulatory and compliance expert Knut Rostad and his blog, Regulatory Reason. And I’ve started a blog, Wealth Manager: Viewpoint, where I’ll point to the relevant issues and articles that matter for wealth managers. We are rolling out news, more blogs, more frequent surveys and research, polls, podcasts and Webinars.
In fact, RIA firms can participate in the first of our new, Top Wealth Managers Pulse–quarterly mini-surveys on the WealthManagerWeb.com–this October, with a report and analysis by Philip Palaveev to follow in November.
In the meantime, please tell us what else you’d like to see us cover. Write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Kate McBride is editor in chief of Wealth Manager and a member of The Committee for the Fiduciary Standard.