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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


HSBC launching robo-adviser to expand wealth management footprint

Oct 17, 2018

The bank sees the technology, built in partnership with Marstone, as the key to its U.S. growth strategy


Fidelity launches digital marketplace for technology integrations

Oct 16, 2018

Advisers can use the Integration Xchange to browse Fidelity APIs and third-party tools


What Elon Musk can teach advisers about social media

Oct 15, 2018

To avoid run-ins with regulators, advisers should run posts by a compliance team


Fidelity launches company to custody and trade cryptocurrencies

Oct 15, 2018

New business will make digital assets available to hedge funds, family offices and other institutional investors


Wealthfront risk parity fund accused of underperforming

Oct 12, 2018

Criticism mounts but robo-adviser defends its strategy


Financial planning could help advisers retain client assets through a bear market

Oct 11, 2018

New Cerulli report says financial planning builds relationships more likely to survive a major downturn


Robinhood launches self-built custody and clearing service

Oct 10, 2018

Move is likely a step toward an IPO, but the company would not say if it plans to serve advisers

TD Ameritrade-main

TD limits number of advisers invited to conference — and not everybody likes it

Oct 10, 2018

Only custodial clients with $75 million or more in AUM will receive an invitation


A human touch in a digital world

Oct 6, 2018

Hybrid robo-advisers are bridging the gap between automated advice and traditional advice by hiring financial advisers looking for an alternative career path

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