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The InvestmentNews Content Strategy Studio is a marketing and custom content division of InvestmentNews. We work directly with our partners to develop diverse, meaningful and strategic content-based programs that will engage the InvestmentNews audience – and provide our clients with insights and direct access to the largest captive audience of financial advisers on the web.
Through a range of print and digital publishing platforms, our Content Strategy Studio can help you and your firm establish your voice and amplify your position as an industry thought leader. With these content-based programs, our Content Strategy Studio will also directly provide you and your firm with qualified lead generation and direct follow-up opportunities with the industry’s most highly engaged financial advisers.
The InvestmentNews Content Strategy Studio is extension of your marketing and communications teams. Let us help you tell your story the right way – and to the right audience.
2017 Elite RIA Study: A handful of “Elite” RIA firms continue to grow at a rate that significantly outpaces the industry at large – and many elite firms are making short- and long-term investments designed to continue to accelerate their rapid growth. Download this new study from InvestmentNews Research and BlackRock to learn more about the growth strategies of the industry’s top firms.
Alternatives in the mainstream: This new research paper from InvestmentNews Research and Blackstone specifically provides advisers with insights into how advisers can leverage alternative investments to improve clients' portfolios - and ultimately grow their business. Based on an exclusive survey, this piece also sheds light on the most frequently used alternative investment vehicles and how advisers are aligning these strategies with specific goals and outcomes.
The Rise of ESG Investing: As clients continue to assign importance to investments that meet certain environmental, social or governance standards, financial advisers will need to help their clients navigate through an expanding set of ESG considerations and strategies. This new research paper offers an outlook for ESG investing and addresses the primary drivers, motivators and educational needs that are re-shaping adviser-client conversations.
IN Content Strategy Studio brings readers highlights from Schwab IMPACT® 2014. This year's conference, held in the Mile High City of Denver, brought together over 5,300 advisers, record keepers, and industry professionals from across the country to network with peers and industry influencers, keep current on industry trends and gather new insights to help drive their businesses forward. Download the 2014 Schwab IMPACT® supplement.
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The 2017 Adviser Technology Study: A technology blueprint for the industry, with actionable takeaways and the latest solutions to help advisers drive profitability, efficiency and growth for their firms.
The Economics of Change: This custom research survey and study focuses on the short- and long-term economic impacts of the DOL fiduciary rule, specifically how the ruling will re-shape the delivery of advice and the “business of the business.”
The Planning Gap: New research from InvestmentNews and Nationwide® highlights the differences in investors' and advisers' perceptions of retirement income needs. This study, which compares results from both an investor survey and an adviser survey, focuses on several core retirement issues and also offers actionable steps for advisers looking to deepen conversations with clients and prospects about retirement and retirement income planning.
Digital DNA: This research provides financial advisers and the wealth management industry with actionable intelligence and an improved understanding of investors’ overall financial and digital needs and demands. With information from thousands of investors and advisers, this paper illustrates how advisers can use digital to connect, communicate, and customize services for current and future clients.
The 2017 Adviser Compensation & Staffing Study: Comprehensive compensation, firms structure and benchmarking data on roughly 30 different positions and multiple firm types and business models.
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Women in advice: Inspiring the next generation of financial advisers: While the industry recognizes that advisers must be drawn from a larger, more diverse pool, thus far it has done little to hold itself accountable for change. To effect change and address the lack of diversity, male and female leaders will have to acknowledge and address the problem of gender bias, the leaky pipeline for women’s career advancement, and the need to attract more women to the profession. This new State Street Global Advisors and InvestmentNews research paper identifies calls to action that can help firms implement sustainable change and facilitate inclusivity. Download the white paper.
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