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Designations matter to your clients

July 21, 2018

It is not uncommon these days to hear certain corners of the financial advice industry tout their fiduciary status as a major appeal among clients and potential clients. But the truth is, most consumers and many current clients are still finding...

CFP Board center announces mentorship program for women

June 2, 2016

Women studying to be certified financial planners will now be able to work with a mentor provided by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards' Center for Financial Planning. Under a program called WIN-to-WIN, the center plans to address...

Pershing COO Lori Hardwick leaving firm

February 1, 2017

Lori Hardwick, the chief operating officer of Pershing, is leaving the firm to pursue other opportunities, according to a company spokesman. A leading clearing firm for independent broker-dealers, Pershing told its clients about Ms. Hardwick's...

Sallie Krawcheck wants women to take control of their money

June 21, 2018

Not even Sallie Krawcheck believed in a digital investment firm for women when she was told she should start one. She thought it was too condescending to women, and didn't believe they needed one. "Then I sort of had this insight, which was,...

Empowering female clients requires they talk about this

July 12, 2018

Financial advisers need to help their female clients reduce individual money shame and to empower them personally and professionally when it comes to finances, a leading wealth psychology expert said. "We live in a society that is plagued by...

New Jersey native will try to start his financial advisory career in the South

June 4, 2018

Ryan Muscatella, who graduated magna cum laude from Virgina Tech's financial planning program, has decided to stay in the South rather than go back to his native New Jersey to begin his career. Mr. Muscatella has accepted a job at Washington...

LGBTQ advisers and clients would welcome this approach

June 28, 2018

Even for firms that have embraced the value of increasing diversity, making the workplace LGBTQ-friendly has an added challenge of visibility. Unlike gender and race, sexual orientation isn't as visibly obvious and probably wouldn't come up...

From collecting autographs to advising LGBTs ​

June 5, 2018

David Rae developed a keen awareness of money when his father, NFL backup quarterback Mike Rae, retired from football. Growing up, the younger Mr. Rae, now 39 and founder and president of DRM Wealth Management, knew his family was always navigating...

Financial advisers need steady learning to keep earning

April 26, 2018

It's time for financial professionals to become a profession in substance, not just in name. The Securities and Exchange Commission proposed new rules for brokers and financial advisers last week. Observers have understandably focused on the...

What older people should consider when starting a business

July 3, 2018

Andrew S. Morrison, 62, doesn't see himself playing golf anytime soon. When he left his post as a senior vice president at a health insurance company in 2013, he consulted for a couple of years, but found the work wasn't challenging. So in 2016,...

Teamwork makes the dream work at Pimco

June 5, 2018

The sun hasn't yet lit up the California sky when Daniel Ivascyn and Emmanuel "Manny" Roman join each other at side-by-side desks on the 20th-floor trading room of Pacific Investment Management Co. From their aerie overlooking a luxury shopping...

Why your top producers aren't happy

April 26, 2018

The J.D. Power 2017 Advisor Satisfaction Study contains a counterintuitive finding: There's an inverse correlation between top advisers and their overall satisfaction: "Higher producers are the least satisfied employees," according to the report....

United Capital's new CIO has had an 'unlikely' career path

June 13, 2018

Kara Murphy has packed her belongings and shipped them across the country to Dallas from New York for the next stage of a career that she still defines as "unlikely." Ms. Murphy, a 20-year veteran of the financial services industry, becomes...

How to get women to feel comfortable about building wealth

March 14, 2018

While last year's Women to Watch think tank focused on how firms could attract more female advisers, this year's session featured a discussion on how to improve financial literacy among women, starting at an early age. The goal was to identify...

Lynn Tilton loses dispute over her removal from board seats

December 1, 2017

Patriarch Partners Chief Executive Officer Lynn Tilton lost a challenge to her removal by Zohar investment funds from the boards of some portfolio companies she claimed to control. Tilton improperly granted herself permanent control over board...

One place where the women wealth equation doesn't add up

November 20, 2017

The power of the purse is enormous and growing. Women control nearly 60% of the wealth in the United States, represent nearly half of American millionaires and are expected to control two-thirds of the nation's wealth by 2030. The only part...

More advisory firms develop bench strength as competition for heavy hitters intensifies

December 11, 2017

Building a top-performing team is one of the biggest challenges facing leaders in any field. As increased competition for top talent continues to grow, compensation is outpacing the rate of revenue growth. This makes human capital management...

Encourage diverse individuals to be leaders

February 15, 2018

Earlier this year, I challenged a room full of female financial advisers to consider stepping up into a leadership role. If ever the idea of leading crossed their minds, or if they were the least bit curious, I encouraged them to talk to me...

Advisers working with their Valentines

February 13, 2018

Anyone who has ever been in a romantic relationship can probably attest to a host of benefits, challenges, pros and cons. Add to that the reality of working together and suddenly every day is Valentine's Day — or not. Dave Yeske, managing...

On a mission to motivate Latinos to save and prosper

February 6, 2018

Louis Barajas grew up in Boyle Heights in East Los Angeles, a neighborhood once known as a "murder capital," where his father started a business in 1971. Since he spoke limited English, he asked Louis, then 13, to help him file his taxes, and...

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