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How are digital expectations reshaping the wealth management industry?

In many financial institutions, technology has moved from the back office to the front (PwC, 2013). This transitional phase is one of the core complexities that Wealth Management faces today. 798 more words

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The softer side of advice

As an advisor, you hear all the time that you should get to know your clients’ heirs. But getting that conversation started can be challenging, especially when parents don’t want their children to know how much money they stand to inherit. 497 more words


Have you considered a Relevant Life Policy?

Following the changes to the pensions system in April 2006, also known as “A-day”, the way that death in service benefits are received and dealt with has changed. 417 more words


How Do You Organize Your Department... and Avoid Burnout?

Entering my third year at this school, my longest tenure yet, I have some new goals towards advancing the Department. Be it for myself to build on my own Programme or to, more realistically, build up the students’ interest in and responsibility for their own success, both would, I believe, produce viable results that would go beyond whichever Director is helping them. 1,008 more words

RIA Custodians and Advisor Mobility: An Analysis [4/n]

Findings from the study – continued

Mobile offering features

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During the study, 54 features that were considered germane to mobile custodian offerings were considered. 229 more words


Advisor Advertising Disguised as an Award

From time to time I run across articles that share my concern about certain issues in the financial planning and investment industries. This article from Russ Thornton, a friend and a colleague, addresses an issue that I have also written about ( 1,128 more words

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RIA Custodians and Advisor Mobility: An Analysis [3/n]

Findings from the study – continued

Who gets access – advisors or investors?

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Custodians are building offerings that are investor-facing, in addition to being advisor facing. 386 more words