Articles tagged "Jim Lowell"


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With beginnings harking back to E*Trade's RIA roll-up liquidation, two Boston-adjacent RIAs of a certain age join to create a $4.7 billion firm

Downplaying succession ghosts, the Mark Hurley-funded combo of Adviser Investments and Braver Wealth Management is equal parts M&A wizardry and product of a local soda fountain meet-up

March 1, 2017 — 6:14 PM UTC

After years of work to gain parity with Schwab RIA custody, Fidelity is ready to show fruits of its $250 million move to gain an edge

With ex-Schwabbie Bob Oros in RIA charge, Mike Durbin as leapfrogger-in-chief, and Sanjiv Mirchandani at the big desk, the Boston-based custody division is set to launch its new technology platform

February 3, 2016 — 7:46 PM UTC

Terri Kallsen sold 15,469 shares of Schwab stock but did she also sell short her own vision?

Schwab's head of retail dumped more than half her company stock exactly a year after becoming retail chief with bold goals

February 1, 2016 — 10:57 PM UTC

Abigail Johnson takes Pyramis back to its Fidelity roots after her father tried to create exalted brand

Unknown and unloved, the 'just-a-no-load' unit that failed to capture 401(k) rollovers is reimagined to appeal more 'sophisticated' clients

October 26, 2015 — 5:26 PM UTC

Fidelity Investments soon to jack up commissions on DFA and Vanguard Group mutual fund trades

At the same time, the Boston giant slashes commissions on 99% of the other mutual funds and, analysts say, may have declared war on Vanguard and Schwab in one move

December 5, 2013 — 8:18 PM UTC

Why Fidelity's Anthony Rochte could still laugh best in the ETF game -- despite a late, late start

The Boston fund giant, with its hired gun ETF czar, has an outside shot at jumping from laughing stock also-ran in ETFs to first-mover if it pulls off its deep-in-the-rockies launch of active ETFs

October 25, 2013 — 3:20 AM UTC

Abby Johnson wins RIA respect by articulating her bold vision for Fidelity's future at the company's Executive Forum

Hillary Clinton gave a great speech in Naples but the chairman's daughter gave a glimpse of her determination to attack channel insularity -- and what kind of a successor she might be

May 23, 2013 — 2:12 AM UTC

Why Financial Times is starting an online publication for financial advisors and what to make of it

FA IQ, with REP. vet Sydney LeBlanc aboard, joins Ignites and FundFire in publishing for niches in the financial advisory business

April 22, 2013 — 5:24 PM UTC

Fidelity launches major division in Denver with an 'ETF quarterback' calling the shots

The new venture appears to be the Boston giant's long-awaited foray into exchange traded funds but some details are still being carefully guarded

September 17, 2012 — 4:56 AM UTC

How two RIAs succeed by using only Fidelity funds -- but not without weathering criticism about closing their own architecture

The heads of Weber Asset Management are unfazed by peers and analysts who says they are taking brand loyalty too far

July 30, 2012 — 4:12 AM UTC
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