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The likelihood that a powerful tech innovator such as Google will enter the asset management space and upend the market has increasingly become a matter of concern and speculation within the financial industry.
Traditional advisory channels still hold the lion's share of the nation's investable assets, but direct channels are growing quickly.
The St. Louis-based firm said that Reed, Gates, Strait Wealth Management Group has joined the company with an office in Lexington, Ky.
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management announces that it has recruited three private bankers from Citigroup and Credit Suisse.
More trouble in the Schorsch empire as its advisory company issues a statement emphasizing that it and ARC are 'two separate and independent public corporations.'
LPL says it has indefinitely suspended sales of investment products sponsored by American Realty Capital and RCS Capital.
The Denver-based association announced Friday that it has grown in 2014 to more than 10,000 members and certificates worldwide.
Janus Capital is making waves in 2014 as it tries to climb toward the top of the asset management industry mountain.
The independent broker-dealer has added former LPL affiliate Nelson & Nelson Wealth Management of Camarillo, Calif.
Wells Fargo Advisors announced Tuesday that it has added advisors from Merrill Lynch and Ameriprise Financial.
Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management has hired Jason Dudley from Morgan Stanley as a director and regional executive for the firm's Atlanta Private Client Services office.
The average amount given to charity from wealthy households rose 28% last year, according to the 2014 U.S. Trust Study of High Net Worth Philanthropy released Tuesday.
Caleb Brown and Michael Kitces, founders of New Planner Recruiting, have launched of a new website that focuses exclusively on job opportunities with independent financial planning firms.
A majority of Americans nearing retirement are eyeing financial advisors for help with planning for the costs of health care, according to a new study from Ameriprise.
The confidence level of investors for advisors and brokers surveyed by the Center for Audit Quality was up to 70% in 2014 compared to 66% in 2012.
A growing number of advisors are using coaching services to help realize their dreams of becoming authors.
As investors flee Pimco's Total Return Fund, advisors may be exploring options for clients' fixed income allocations. Here are four intermediate-term bond funds with a gold rating from Morningstar.
Recent mutual fund flows suggest more advisors are going across the pond when constructing their client portfolios.
Advisors have trusted the "Bond King" for years, but with Bill Gross's abrupt departure from PIMCO, the firm he founded 43 years ago, the playing field has changed. Here's what you need to know before the dust settles.