July 17, 2013 @ 4:30 p.m. EDT
Financial advisers are turning to their mobile devices to gain access to news, e-mail and client accounts wherever they roam. The benefits and drawbacks of taking everything with you everywhere you go are still evolving, but a key concept to remember is that technological advancements are meant to be tools. Our panelists will discuss the future of the advisory business as it grows more dependent on mobile technology, and how best to manipulate its advancements as apps become more sophisticated and client contact seems limitless.
Thursday, June 27 @ 4 p.m. EDT
As part of a celebration of its 15th anniversary, InvestmentNews will host a videocast featuring three industry leaders who not only have watched the advice business change over the years but have been among those affecting its growth.
Our panel will glance back over the past 15 years and touch upon the major forces that have shaped the industry, then discuss what the business might look like in another 15 years.
Advisers Harold Evensky and Ross Levin, and recruiter Mindy Diamond, each brings unique insight and perspective to the discussion. They will be joined by InvestmentNews editor Frederick P. Gabriel Jr., who has chronicled changes in the advice business for the past 15 years.
May 15, 2013 @ 2 p.m. EST
In this videocast, featuring some leading social media experts, we discuss the ins and outs of using platforms such as Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Google +. What works, what doesn't for advisers and how to navigate around compliance and regulatory issues.
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February 11, 2014
Ugo W. Egbunike Dir. Of Business Development, ETF.com Greg Crawford Deputy Editor, InvestmentNews