Articles tagged "Dan Inveen"


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With Veo Village hive buzzing in background, Tom Nally rides herd on RIA 'Wild West' threats at vibrant LINC 2016

The laptop guys in another room won plaudits as the TD RIA custody chief counseled RIAs to embrace more practice audits and communicate more by story, less by Orwell

February 8, 2016 — 7:07 PM UTC

Consumer Reports names Betterment in top five for customer service with USAA, Schwab, Vanguard and T. Rowe Price

The recognition flies in the face of a bias against that says robos can't hold hands with their bony robot fingers

August 14, 2015 — 8:05 PM UTC

With 'revenue sharing' as primary consideration, Guggenheim transfers its in-house RIA to HighTower

HighTower gets a substantial bounty of fee-generating assets and clients and Guggenheim avoids having to scale up

July 29, 2015 — 8:20 PM UTC

Roll-ups are off at an acquisition clip in 2015 as $2 billion washes over the transom in a single week

Focus follows Dynasty into Canada as the three big aggregators toggle between organic and inorganic growth

April 17, 2015 — 6:20 PM UTC

How United Capital's unconventional rolling up of a $2 billion RIA reveals how close the roll-up model is to extinction

Joe Duran's Newport Beach firm does cryptic non-transactional acquisition as Focus Financial becomes a tuck-in machine and HighTower sells de facto franchises

March 3, 2015 — 6:43 PM UTC

Schwab tells the SEC its robo-advisor has a 30 basis-point fee and big-time cash allocations held by Schwab Bank

The Schwab Intelligent Portfolios ADV says as much as 30% of clients assets are being sent to Schwab Bank

February 18, 2015 — 7:59 PM UTC

The giant raise RIA folk got in 2014 and the threat it poses in 2015

The 20% jump means money in the pocket and a rather frightening overhead scenario

January 12, 2015 — 8:38 PM UTC

Convergent Wealth begins to pick up the pieces after David Zier's death

The $9.4-billion RIA is said to be facing massive challenges in retaining advisors and clients -- rumors discounted by CEO Doug Wolford

November 4, 2014 — 6:02 AM UTC

Russell Investments sells for $2.7 billion and the new owner will flip its $250-billion asset manager -- yet again

The once-proud, family-owned Seattle firm is being sold by Northwestern Mutual and stripped for parts -- its indexes -- with its asset-management business as the throwaway

June 28, 2014 — 12:18 AM UTC

United Capital drops a six-figure check on 10 partner firms in share buyback program financed by SageView

Joe Duran's company is belatedly paying fully vested firms for up to 25% of their stock after the 2008 crash threw off the promised liquidity schedule

March 18, 2014 — 5:27 PM UTC