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Ryan W. Neal

Technology Reporter

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Ryan W. Neal covers financial technology for InvestmentNews. Originally from Northern California, he received his undergraduate degree at UC Santa Barbara and began his career in journalism at the Santa Barbara Independent. After a few years freelancing, bartending and snowboarding in Colorado, he moved to New York and earned a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Ryan started covering the fintech beat in 2014, and also enjoys writing about sports, music, Star Wars, politics, arts and entertainment.

Recent Articles


Cost of passive ESG investments falling

Apr 25, 2019

Advisers have been slow to recognize the financial benefits of investing in ESG


Next-gen portfolio management tool from Schwab is now live

Apr 24, 2019

Firm describes new tools as "easy button" for small advisers


Fidelity boosts technology integration for advisers

Apr 24, 2019

Asset aggregation and CRM tools added to third-party exchange for advisers


Finra launches office to focus on fintech

Apr 24, 2019

Office of Financial Innovation to help regulator keep pace with technology


Five fintech buzzwords that need to die

Apr 22, 2019

Let's work together to make technology a friendlier place for everyone


What advisers need to know to serve professional athletes

Apr 19, 2019

Financial Finesse CEO shares insights from working with football players


Adviser fintech moving from the back office to client interactions

Apr 18, 2019

Voice or facial recognition technology could be used to help advisers formulate a client's true risk profile


Two women arrested for defrauding elderly California woman

Apr 12, 2019

Insurance agent Erica Salda and financial adviser Wendy Foster sold the victim 25 annuities over 10 years


A digital twist on investing in rare collectibles

Apr 12, 2019

Investors can buy shares of automobiles and artwork without actually owning a physical car or painting


Betterment adds Dimensional Fund Advisors to its adviser robo

Apr 11, 2019

Advisers will still need to get DFA's approval to access its mutual funds

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