Articles tagged "Joel Bruckenstein"


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Quiet Northwestern Mutual may be ready to make a big noise with rerelease of LearnVest -- with Alexa von Tobel vowing that innovation and integration aren't mutually exclusive goals

After the $250-million deal in 2015, the staid Milwaukee insurer has funneled funds into the jazzy robo, packed its board and taken it backstage for a makeover promised for the New Year

December 14, 2016 — 6:35 PM UTC

Joel Bruckenstein settles suit with Bill Winterberg

The rare internecine RIA dispute caused a wound that can now begin to heal

November 8, 2016 — 11:30 PM UTC

eMoney form inspires Fidelity function in NYC that serves up a familiar menu with fine garnish

Philip Palaveev, not for the first time, kept Fidelity’s Inside Track conference as sparkly as its ballroom

October 27, 2016 — 7:44 PM UTC

How Fidelity's robo for RIAs 'leapfrogged' rivals -- and why the landing might not stick

Fidelity weaves in eMoney wizardry to its super-bot but Geode's presence as de facto CIO stops some RIAs in their tracks

October 26, 2016 — 5:39 PM UTC

Orion draws a record pack of hackers to Utah to code, bond -- and compete

From 7,000 feet above sea level, 90 RIA software types breathed thin air en route to zapping redundant portals

September 12, 2016 — 6:56 PM UTC

Jaws drop after Dale Brown Skypes keynote address to Laser App conference with the claim: 'We were fiduciary believers long before being a fiduciary was cool'

The FSI chief's comments lit up Twitter then T3's Joel Bruckenstein and cleverDome announced a cybersecurity consortium at the San Diego gathering

August 15, 2016 — 8:03 PM UTC

Brian Hamburger joins the fray -- and ups the ante -- in Bruckenstein-Winterberg lawsuit

MarketCounsel CEO framed the answer to the Winterberg lawsuit; it says Winterberg did not meet 'measurable' demands and that he subverted T3 by promoting his own services

July 25, 2016 — 7:49 PM UTC

eMoney makes its first big enterprise sale as a Fidelity sub-unit by showing a few features and much salesmanship

Though Advicent is being phased out, an analyst says that eMoney and Advicent are more similar than you'd think

July 7, 2016 — 5:14 PM UTC

As legal battle erupts between Bill Winterberg and Joel Bruckenstein, T3's allegedly wild profits from pay-for-play content get dragged into court of RIA opinion

In need of a partner when David Drucker retired, Bruckenstein brought in friendly rival Winterberg on a handshake coopetition deal; now Bruckenstein has Brian Hamburger defending him

June 2, 2016 — 6:39 PM UTC

How an ex-DFA exec created a $1.2 billion TAMP in three years and why he's phasing out DFA funds for factor ETFs

After calling on DFA TAMPs like Loring Ward and Symmetry, the owner of Efficient Advisors saw an opening and a way to shave costs

May 9, 2016 — 8:30 PM UTC