Articles tagged "ECHELON Partners"


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This time LPL share jump is traced to E*Trade

Critically late to the advice game and at loose ends after TD-Scottrade union, the New York-based discount broker has a lean and hungry look, according to Dealreporter

November 2, 2016 — 4:29 PM UTC

Coming RIA custody fees and a new recruiting war catch the attention of deal hounds in Manhattan

At ECHELON event at NYAC, action items aplenty assaulted attendees -- especially with Apr. 30 looming

October 21, 2016 — 9:49 PM UTC

LPL Financial share price tumbles to pre-hostile bid levels in atmosphere of eerie calm

LPL reps shrug their shoulders over a possible sale and investors seem in no hurry to buy but experts say the B-D has what PE loves -- lousy growth but terrific cash flow

October 21, 2016 — 6:57 PM UTC

Nationwide buys Jefferson National under purported DOL duress but 'good private equity' and good planning may rule the day

The big Columbus, Ohio national insurer can certainly use a fiduciary annuity -- if there is such a thing -- but ROI is impetus number one

September 30, 2016 — 7:25 PM UTC

Why Focus Financial is risking it all -- including the advantages of privacy and private stock -- for a successful IPO

RIAs are perhaps being held in place by just those two elements, but with $1-billion valuation on the line, the liquidity event is taking on a life of its own

August 30, 2016 — 6:57 PM UTC

Report: Focus Financial is preparing SEC paperwork for its initial public offering -- but is it jumping the gun?

With $325 million in revenues, the jumbo New York roll-up seeks to assuage a host of liquidity challenges

July 7, 2015 — 3:36 PM UTC

First Republic buys an eight-year-old RIA for $115 million

The BoA spin-off gets Paul Tramontano's Constellation Wealth Advisors and its $6.1 billion of assets

June 17, 2015 — 4:12 PM UTC

Dan Seivert drops M&A data bombshell at his Dealmakers Summit to gasps

At his LA event, Dan Seivert revealed the thousands, yes, thousands of RIA deals going down this year despite limited activity from roll-ups

October 1, 2014 — 8:19 PM UTC

Philly buyer lays down a cool $199 million in cash to buy FolioDynamix, the better to put Envestnet firmly in its sights

The 'it' factor of the 2007 start-up was its revamped Sungard orphan software with LPL, Pershing and Cetera as anchors

September 17, 2014 — 5:20 PM UTC

How the Eric Cantor hire is really all about Ken Moelis, an original Wall Street 'Wolf', and his $963-million non-classic RIA

A former Robin to Mike Milken's Batman at Drexel Burnham pays chump change by Wall Street standards to get the politician aboard

September 5, 2014 — 7:39 PM UTC