Articles tagged "Alois Pirker"


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Wells Fargo's new ADV reveals plenty about its robo's ambitions to max cross-selling and minimize channel conflict

Intuitive Investor is priced on the high side and bars micro-investors, yet is positioning itself as the anti-niche player

April 18, 2017 — 6:24 PM UTC

Capital One brings bigger crowbar to your wallet as it launches national RIA with its signature intensity

The brokerage unit of the giant McLean, Va.-based bank is hiring energetically, and following a model not dissimilar to Wells Fargo

September 26, 2016 — 6:16 PM UTC

E*Trade finds now the right time to launch its e-advice robo with an 'active' twist

The New York-based discount broker means to put $1-million minimum-bogey institutional funds in the hands of retail investors

July 8, 2016 — 11:11 PM UTC

The non-Big Four RIA custodians, no longer runts but stunted in growth, are applying tougher love to hobbyist RIAs

In part one of a three-part series, we examine how seven small custodians -- starting with Trade PMR and Scottrade -- are evolving away from the Utopian model of 100% inclusivity

June 7, 2016 — 10:14 PM UTC

Betterment raises $100 million a year after a $60-million round, enabling it to step up efforts to win the HNW wallet

The conversation is moving from play money to competing with Fidelity, Merrill Lynch and Schwab as it seeks build out a full-service offering to win plan sponsors, rich individuals and RIAs

March 29, 2016 — 11:57 AM UTC

After spending millions and getting cozy with Salesforce, United Capital is morphing, maybe big-time

Gail Graham is bringing the $15 billion 'roll-up' into the third-party white label business -- intending to license its system to RIAs

March 10, 2016 — 9:37 PM UTC

Completing matriarchal coup, Pershing raids Envestnet's top drawer to grab Lori Hardwick, whom many thought unpoachable

Pershing's top two executives are now women with Lisa Dolly being replaced as COO by another dynamo

February 11, 2016 — 7:45 PM UTC

Why Pershing's CEO pick looks uninspired, and why that look may be deceiving

LIsa Dolly is a rare 'lifer' in a transient industry but those who know the clearing giant's first woman leader say her entrepreneurial spirit and decades at Pershing make her an inspired choice

February 8, 2016 — 11:35 PM UTC

How exactly Invesco plans to get a return on its Jemstep robo purchase with a TAMP-evoking strategy

The $800-billion Atlanta money manager is trying a modern model portfolios play on buying distribution for a more prominent seat at the table

January 13, 2016 — 9:39 PM UTC

Amid growth slowdown, Personal Capital lists with an investment bank but critics debate if it means 'blood in the water'

Bill Harris has done things his way until now but may hand over control to a giant for a $500 million payday

December 11, 2015 — 10:58 PM UTC