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First Republic Bank buys Luminous Capital

November 5, 2012

Luminous Capital Holdings LLC, a fast-growing registered investment advisory firm based in Los Angeles, sold itself to San Francisco-based First Republic Bank on Friday in a major deal in the wealth management industry. “Luminous Capital clients...

First Allied buys Waddell & Reed unit

October 31, 2012

Independent broker-dealer First Allied Holdings Inc. announced Wednesday the acquisition of The Legend Group, an investment advisory firm, from Waddell & Reed Financial Inc. Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.-based Legend specializes in retirement solutions...

Mariner takes stake in RiverPoint

October 30, 2012

Mariner Wealth Advisors has acquired a majority stake in RiverPoint Capital Management, a Cincinnati-based wealth management firm with $1.3 billion under management. Terms were not disclosed. RiverPoint , which has a unit specifically catering...

Long line of suitors for Genworth investment units

October 21, 2012

If Genworth Financial Inc. has its asset management business on the block, the company should have no shortage of suitors. Reuters reported that Genworth had hired The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to find a buyer for its turnkey asset management...

Talking Points: When a growing firm decides it's time to make the next move

September 26, 2012

The following is excerpted from “Unlocking Profitability: Key Differentiators of the Most Successful Advisory Firms,” a webcast that was sponsored by Pershing Advisor Solutions. Kelli Cruz, director of research and consulting for IN Adviser...

Growing through acquisition or recruiting advisers

September 26, 2012

Looking to expand your business by positioning your firm to be the “succession solution” for an impending wave of older advisers who eventually will exit the business? Trying to capture market share by recruiting breakaway advisers? Independent...

Advisory firm deal hype hurts advisers: Report

September 12, 2012

Don't believe the hype that sensationalizes the sale of some independent advisory firms. That's the main message delivered in a new research paper based on the experiences of six large registered investment advisers, which calls some transactions...

$3B acquisition of REIT sets 'speed record'

September 9, 2012

Realty Income Corp.'s deal to acquire American Realty Capital Trust Inc. sets a “speed record” in the real estate investment trust business, according to one REIT market specialist. The deal, announced Thursday and valued at nearly $3 billion,...

Facebook of business sparks Buckingham deal

September 6, 2012

Buckingham Family of Financial Services is boosting its Silicon Valley presence and adding $600 million in client assets by acquiring Founders Financial Network LLC in Cupertino, Calif. The additional California resources will help Buckingham...

Succession planning: It's not the exit you expect; It's what you plan for

August 22, 2012

The vast majority of respondents (92%) in our recent 2012 IN Adviser Solutions Succession Planning Study believe that not having a succession plan creates business risk. It is much more than just the risk of approaching retirement without an...

Operational efficiencies drive M&A growth strategies

August 22, 2012

As the independent advisory industry experiences changes driven by a number of seismic shifts, leading firms are investing in their back office operations to create an agile infrastructure to capitalize on the many opportunities being created....

Top adviser Q&A: Rocco Scarsella

August 22, 2012

Rocco Scarsella is president and chief executive at RWS Financial Group LLC and also oversees an Office of Supervisory Jurisdiction for Cambridge Investment Research Inc. When advisers reach a point when they are ready to sell their business,...

Top adviser Q&A: Glenn Kautt

July 25, 2012

Last April, Savant Capital Management and The Monitor Group announced they were combining firms. From a legal and tax standpoint, the deal is not considered a merger, but rather a “combination” because one firm didn't buy the other, nor...

Finding the right candidate for an M&A transaction

July 25, 2012

The right merger, sale or acquisition can be a game-changing event for an advisory firm and is one of the fastest ways to create transformational change for an organization. A critical success factor in this process is a firm’s ability to...

10 essential issues that every succession plan should address

July 25, 2012

Excerpt from the newly released IN Adviser Solutions Succession Planning Study. No single succession plan will be right for every firm. Succession plans will be as different as the individual firms doing the planning. That said, however, the...

AIG network seen as most likely buyer of Woodbury Financial

July 22, 2012

American International Group Inc. has emerged as the likely buyer of Woodbury Financial Services Inc., an independent broker-dealer being shopped by The Hartford Financial Services Group Inc., according to two sources with knowledge of the impending...

Big in Boston: Colony expands with Mintz Levin merger

May 30, 2012

Two Boston-based RIA firms will be joining forces to create a combined firm with client assets of about $2.5 billion. Mintz Levin Financial Advisors LLC, with more than $1 billion in client assets, has agreed to be merged into The Colony Group...

United Capital dialed in to different type of asset with Pomeranz buy

May 16, 2012

United Capital Financial Advisers LLC's latest acquisition is a relatively minor addition in terms of new assets. It could, however, prove to be a crucial piece in the firm's plan to gain national recognition. United Capital, which has $14 billion...

Why reverse due diligence is key when selling your advisory firm

May 3, 2012

As part of my role at Focus Financial, I regularly talk to advisers who are considering selling some or all of the equity in their business. Naturally, one of the most common questions I hear is: “Is this a good deal?” Most advisers focus...

Merged Dallas, OKC firms rename, to expand regional footprint

April 27, 2012

Two RIA firms that merged last September have adopted a new name as they seek to expand their presence in the region. Oklahoma City-based Burns Advisory Group and Dallas-based Executive Financial Group will now be named Exencial Wealth Advisors....

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