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InvestmentNews Research and State Street Global Advisors Release New Study, “Women in Advice: Inspiring the Next Generation of Financial Advisers”

February 9, 2018

BOSTON, February 7, 2018 — InvestmentNews and State Street Global Advisors, the asset management business of State Street Corporation (NYSE: STT), today announced new research into many of the reasons why women still represent a distinct minority...

Don't Pave the Cow Paths… Blaze your own Path

January 9, 2018

“They just keep paving the cow paths!” I first heard this phrase over a decade ago in Boston, where every day I would commute to work through twisting, potholed, impossibly crowded roads. A colleague, a Boston native, explained the legend...

Wells Fargo 2018 pay grid changes deferred comp

December 1, 2017

Wells Fargo Advisor's 2018 compensation plan keeps intact its current payout rates, but tweaks its deferred compensation awards and adds a layer to deferred compensation for advisers who do business with a higher percentage of households with...

RIAs must move beyond investments to justify fees

January 2, 2018

A steady drumbeat of fee pressure has some financial advisers rethinking and repositioning their message to underscore their value to clients. "I think this conversation can be pretty straightforward if you approach it with transparency in mind,"...

Merrill Lynch releases new compensation plan

November 8, 2017

With an eye on growth, Merrill Lynch on Wednesday afternoon released its 2018 compensation plan for its 15,000 financial advisers, and it contains both a carrot and a stick. Merrill Lynch advisers who bring in a healthy number of net new accounts...

SEC approves Finra rule to streamline securities exams

October 5, 2017

New college graduates and people wanting to change career direction would more easily be able to enter the securities industry thanks to reformed Finra qualifying exams. The Securities and Exchange Commission has approved a Finra rule to streamline...

Ask the Ethicist: Help the CFP Board improve its revised standards

December 27, 2017

On Dec. 20, the CFP Board released the second draft of its proposed revisions to the Standards of Professional Conduct. The first draft was released during the summer with a 60-day comment period. This latest version is open to comment from...

Fidelity report says RIAs are cutting fees, working harder

December 18, 2017

Registered investment advisers are starting to succumb to pressures from robo platforms by cutting fees and embracing their own digital platforms, according to the 2017 Fidelity RIA Benchmarking Study. The report, released Monday morning by...

How does your advisory firm stack up?

October 18, 2017

With talent so hard to find and keep at advice firms, each practice should have a clear handle on how well it is – or isn't – compensating its brilliant workforce. The benchmarking data below show the greatest range of salaries occurs in...

Advice industry in hiring mode

October 14, 2017

As the largest independent advisory firms continue expanding, something unexpected has happened along the way. The typical professional at one of these firms is no longer "independent" in the sense that he or she is an owner of the business....

Change is slow when it comes to gender diversity at independent advisory firms

November 20, 2017

Women have seen little to no change in representation among advisory professionals, according to the 2017 InvestmentNews Compensation & Staffing Study. There is no statistically significant observable difference from four years ago in the number...

Digital investing will bring big changes in 2018

December 14, 2017

If we learned nothing else about the financial advisory business in 2017, we know that the digital revolution is just getting started. Brokers and advisers are facing increasing pressure to be more transparent and reduce fees. Complex regulations...

State-registered advisers face fee model inconsistencies

August 30, 2017

New financial advisers are finding strange discrepancies between states in terms of the way regulators are allowing them to charge their clients fees for services. They have found that some states will not allow them to charge a client both...

7 questions to test your mastery of advice firm pay practices

October 31, 2017

Compensation is the largest expense that a firm incurs in most industries. As the typical independent financial advisory firm continues to evolve, developing the next generation of partners and advisers is an imperative in an increasingly relationships-based...

How top-performing advisers maximize profits

April 8, 2014

The results of the 2013 InvestmentNews/Moss Adams Adviser Compensation & Staffing Study shed new light on what top-performing firms and their producers do differently when it comes to both developing business and maximizing profits. Of the 309...

How adviser salaries stack up to other jobs

October 16, 2017

It's only natural to wonder how much you could be making if you had dedicated your life to another profession, such as information technology, engineering or medicine. Scroll down our listicle to find out! You can see how most financial advice...

Lead adviser talent and compensation in the three largest U.S. cities

March 4, 2014

We designed our National Adviser Compensation Database to give individual advisers the power to benchmark their compensation in the most specialized ways possible, in order to meet the needs of an industry that has no shortage of specialists....

LPL tweaks pricing of investment products in preparation for DOL fiduciary rule

June 1, 2017

LPL Financial continues to revamp its pricing of investment products in preparation for the Department of Labor's fiduciary rule, informing advisers on a conference call on Thursday morning that, going forward, there would be level compensation...

BlackRock paid CEO Laurence Fink $25.5 million last year

April 14, 2017

BlackRock Inc. CEO Laurence D. Fink received a $25.5 million pay package for 2016 as the company cut employee bonuses for the first time since 2011 and performance in its stock-picking business continued to lag behind peers. Mr. Fink, 64, got...

Employee retention linked to career paths and training

October 14, 2017

As competition heats up among independent advisory firms for both clients and financial advisers, training and guided career paths are emerging as crucial components of recruiting and keeping advisers on board. Yet at a lot of advisory firms,...

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