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Advisory firm PagnatoKarp expands concierge services to smaller clients

January 27, 2017

It isn't just ultra-wealthy clients today who have access to concierge services through financial advisory firms. With competition for clients heating up and pressure on fees, some advisers are reaching down to clients with fewer resources to...

No more excuses for not marketing your firm for growth

January 27, 2017

In reviewing surveys on the challenges advisers face, client issues consistently top the lists. Servicing, managing expectations and attracting new clients rank highest. Saying “clients” is not enough when considering the phases of the client...

3 ways financial advisers can get ahead in 2017

January 27, 2017

Everyone's familiar with the famous Isaac Newton quote, “If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” However, not many of us actually take his words as sound advice. Too many of us opt to rely on our own experiences...

Adviser's Consultant: Provide these services to attract younger clients

January 26, 2017

Many who become Pamela Capalad's clients tried to be financially informed, but got lost along the way. Most of the others have been financially lost from the beginning and feel like it's their fault. Providing financial advice to people in their...

Is it time for financial advisers to change their messaging around retirement?

January 12, 2017

Many financial advisers specialize in retirement planning and retirement income distribution services. But what if retirement itself is no longer the compelling reason for people to see a financial adviser? Consider this: Individuals who have...

Blogs key to driving traffic to adviser websites, but what topics resonate best?

January 10, 2017

Financial advisers seeking to grow their businesses should carve out more time for writing, as blogs have become an essential tool for finding new clients. “Blogs are vital for firms that want to use their websites to grow their businesses,”...

RIAs embrace the collegial world of study groups

January 9, 2017

One might assume the last thing a busy financial adviser would want is another meeting on the calendar. But when it comes to organized study groups with industry contemporaries, it seems RIAs can't get enough. “The RIA market is extremely...

Outlook 2017: Advisers reveal their hopes and fears for the new year

January 8, 2017

Joshua Mellberg is avoiding long-term contracts with technology providers and others until his advisory firm has judged the financial fallout of the Labor Department's rule on retirement advice, which begins to take effect three months from...

Retirement coaching could improve post-career happiness

January 5, 2017

Helping clients prepare for the giant step of retiring can require more than a focus on finances and an ad hoc discussion about hobbies. For some clients, a successful retirement may demand specialized coaching from a growing number of professionals...

Younger investors most willing to pay for financial advice: Cerulli

January 4, 2017

More investors are willing to pay for financial advice today compared to nine years ago when the nation was on the cusp of an economic recession, and a surprising demographic is proving to be the most inclined. About 50% of investors said they...

Top minds in financial advice share their resolutions for 2017

December 28, 2016

InvestmentNews polled the 2016 Women to Watch awardees and some of the industry’s standout young professionals highlighted in our 40 Under 40 this year and asked them to report their 2017 resolutions, both in their professional and personal...

Advisers can help clients keep their 2017 financial resolutions

December 28, 2016

Money-related resolutions are second only to weight loss pledges this time of year, but there are ways financial advisers can help clients retain their financial resolve for longer than they stay off the cupcakes. Advisers can help clients set...

RIAs find it easy to justify spending more on technology in 2017

December 27, 2016

Technology is a necessity in the modern financial advice industry, and not staying ahead of it is essentially the same as ignoring it altogether. “There is no way we will become robo advisers, but we have to create a digital experience because...

How financial advisers can get unstuck in the New Year

December 27, 2016

Most financial advisers started their firm because they had a dream for a different life and a vision of how to get there. They're passionate, ambitious and committed to building their new venture. Fast forward a few years and, in all too many...

Lessons from Google: How advisers can maintain relevance in a changing world

December 12, 2016

Recently I had a fascinating visit to the Google headquarters to spend the morning with their marketing and ideation folks. Google's perspective on how mankind gathers and shares information is illuminating and can teach us all something about...

How advisers can connect with what's most important in clients' lives

December 12, 2016

Life stage strategies can help financial advisers deepen client relationships and develop unique competitive advantages. A financial adviser is getting ready to meet with two clients. On paper, they look almost identical. They are both male,...

Aspiriant picks up $850M Silicon Valley RIA

December 12, 2016

The growth continues for Aspiriant, as the Los Angeles-based advisory firm is about to lock up its third RIA transaction in a year, with at least two more deals slated in coming months. In the latest deal, which is expected to close Jan. 31,...

Check these guys out, not just boomers and millennials

December 7, 2016

Generation X remains largely invisible to financial service providers, who continue reaching out to serve baby boomers and millennials, but tend to forget about the 35 million people in between. Reseach firm Cerulli Associates said advisers...

Kellyanne Conway gives advisers some lessons from Trump's victory

December 6, 2016

When a last-minute scheduling conflict prevented SkyBridge Capital founder and outspoken Donald Trump-supporter Anthony Scaramucci from meeting a speaking commitment Tuesday morning in Miami, attendees of the MarketCounsel Summit were given...

Robos to make banks a bigger competitor in advice market

December 2, 2016

Financial advisers may find they are increasingly competing with banks and credit unions for new clients, as more of these traditional savings institutions deploy robo advisers for customers. Although most aren't yet offering access to digital...

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