Articles tagged "Dan Arnold"

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Edelman Financial gets its CEO from LPL but the chief executive's job description isn't exactly what the old one was

The $16-billion-AUM RIA's poach of Ryan Parker gives Ric Edelman the bandwidth to exert more of his people power

May 31, 2016 — 8:47 PM UTC

LPL unveils BlackRock's FutureAdvisor as its robo partner -- albeit with LPL model portfolios

After Nestwise dropped off the twig, then crickets, then a secret pilot launch, LPL announces that robo FutureAdvisor gets the nod

April 13, 2016 — 6:15 PM UTC

The RIA-ification intrinsic to LPL's preemptive DOL policy changes -- yet how tightly to revenue sharing in IRAs it is hanging

LPL's super-clients like Private Advisor Group see a clear 'advisory' future but LPL is walking a more shrub-choked hybrid path

March 22, 2016 — 9:30 PM UTC

LPL will launch third-party robo for advisors and eliminate some fees

Dan Arnold laid it on the line: LPL is being disrupted but taking the challenges head-on

July 27, 2015 — 5:28 PM UTC

Robert Moore walks from LPL Financial president role for new gig, but Dan Arnold softens the blow by filling the void

Mark Casady's second-in-command was hired as CFO from a bank early in the 2008 crisis but Arnold is known as entrepreneurial soul who can 'do' corporate

March 3, 2015 — 9:04 PM UTC

How LPL's CFO answered the Cetera question at Morgan Stanley Financial's conference

Dan Arnold wrote off the Schorsch roll-up as PacLife, AIG or Jackson National reincarnated

June 16, 2014 — 2:14 AM UTC

LPL gets the question from Wall Street analyst: How much more can you squeeze from your financial advisors?

The broker-dealer's CFO pointed to a 65% chunk of time not used to prospect or service clients

February 18, 2014 — 9:49 PM UTC

LPL to Wall Street types: We're in phase three

At a Merrill Lynch forum, the IBD's CFO explains that Phase I was the mass accumulation of advisors and Phase 2 was about RIA-ification

May 20, 2013 — 2:47 PM UTC

How Jeffrey Concepcion manned up after FINRA and Lincoln Financial troubles to become an LPL giant

In only four years, his OSJ RIA has $6.2 billion in advised assets and 130 advisors, thanks to a radical cold-calling plan and lower, yes lower, payouts than other OSJs

May 14, 2013 — 6:31 AM UTC

LPL's Bill Dwyer decides to call it quits and Robert Moore is taking over his duties

The make-it-happen statesman salesman atop a B2B selling scheme cedes control to a Mark Casady favorite

March 1, 2013 — 7:08 AM UTC