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On Wall Street extends its deadline for its annual ranking of the top 40 advisors under age 40.
Long-term capital gains tax rates in 2014; IRS revises a limited-amnesty program for offshore accounts: Year-end retirement planning strategies
How clients can still reduce last year's tax bill before the extended filing deadline of Oct. 15 for 2013 tax returns; Ask the right questions after a manager change like Bill Gross' departure from Pimco; Stretch out tax savings during retirement years
On Wall Street has dropped its minimum AUM for its annual ranking of the top 40 advisors under age 40. Who will it be this year?
Analysts expect investors exiting Pimco's Total Return Fund will move into alternative strategies.
The profitability of alts for investment managers and product originators promises that the deluge of alternative investment opportunities will continue.
Alternative investments have been growing rapidly in popularity in recent years as new funds have been mushrooming and money has been flowing in. Andy Saperstein, Morgan Stanley’s head of investment products and services, explains the wirehouse’s history of working with alts and Morgan’s current approach to leveraging them in client portfolios.
Strategies for mitigating the net investment income tax; Tax credits vs. tax deductions; Four investments with unusual tax rules.
Advisors are increasingly calming clients worried about longevity risk when planning for retirement.
August has arrived and many advisors and their clients are most likely taking a much need summer vacation. But as On Wall Street found, there are some advisors who are neverly off duty no matter the season.
Wunderlich Securities picked up an advisor with $70 million in client assets from Raymond James & Associates.
Raymond James Trust has nearly doubled its business in 3 years working closely with advisors in the employee advisory channel and independents.
J.P. Morgan enticed advisors from competitors, including Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch and Wells Fargo, in a half dozen markets to fuel its nationwide expansion of wealth management.
Two advisors managing more than $160 million in client assets have jumped from Merrill Lynch to Bison Financial Group, an independent practice of the Wells Fargo Financial Network.
OnWallStreet's annual ranking of top wirehouses and regional broker-dealer firms in the employee advisory channel gives an encouraging snapshot of the wealth management industry. This year’s analysis from surveys and both corporate and public filings shows growth across the board.
Taking on Emerging Markets these days is best on a country-by-country level.
Participants at Morningstar panel discussion outline major challenges in fixed-income and equity markets. "Hard to come to work" if you are a portfolio manager.
There's no doubt branch managers play a critical support role for financial advisors, but the job is no longer just the coveted position advisors sought after a successful run.
Stifel Nicolaus & Co. has added a former Morgan Stanley advisor who managed more than $250 million in assets.