Compensation, top producers, elite branch managers, investments trends -- it's all here:
On Wall Street's most viewed slideshows of 2015 present the hottest wealth management topics in interactive photo gallery presentations that offer analysis and value for your practice.
This year's tenth most-viewed story, 2014 Top 40 Under 40 Countdown: #21-#30, highlights the third tier of this ranking of young, talented advisors working at the wirehouses and largest regional broker-dealers.
A version of the entire ranking that was recast according to AUM, Top 40 Under 40: Advisors With the Biggest Books, to AUM came in ninth. A regional b-d version, Top 10 Regional Advisors Under 40, was eighth. And in seventh place was the tail end of the ranking, 2014 Top 40 Under 40 Countdown: #31-#40. The results of the latest Top 40 Under 40 will be published in January.
Coming in sixth place was 10 Funds Without a Single Losing Year in a Decade. This slideshow went back 10 years to look at funds which had not posted annual losses, not even during the financial crisis. On Wall Street published this critical analysis for advisors to help them work with clients riding out the turbulent markets of the past year.
Fifth place went to Top 100 Branch Managers, the first round ranking of On Wall Street's annual round up of the best leaders in wealth management. A call for nominations in the newest Branch Manager Awards rankings is now open to advisors to honor their bosses. The results will published in May.
Long Haul: Best Mutual Funds for 25 Years was the fourth most-viewed slideshow, offering the advisors of clients who deem themselves long-term investors a look at the best-performing funds ranked by annualized returns from 1990 to 2015.
Advisor pay was the theme of the final three slideshows: Compensation Breakdown: Best Pay for $2M Producers, Best Comp for $1M Producers and Best Comp for $600K Producers came in third, second and first place respectively. Armed with the facts behind today's compensation at the major brokerages, employee advisors are making the critical decisions of where they want to grow their practices and best serve their clients.