Articles tagged "Fiduciary Network"


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Dynasty Financial toes roll-up model's edge with new plan to buy revenue from its RIAs

By maxing deals at 10% of revenues and allowing a three-year bailout option, the New York-based firm seeks to hew to its non-intrusive roots

May 3, 2017 — 2:01 PM UTC

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

Mark Hurley's new report analyzes the pathology of the aging RIA and the illiquidity it exacts

The leveraged buyout specialist posits thousands of principals trapped in their practices, unable to sell, victims of psychological unpreparedness

May 14, 2015 — 4:57 PM UTC

How Steve Foldes merged his $600-million RIA with mentor (and former advisor) Harold Evensky creating a $1.5 billion Florida behemoth

The former sandal magnate got rich at 35, became an Evensky client, a rival and now a partner

June 19, 2014 — 4:34 PM UTC

Lon Morton shows how to sell to a bank and live happily ever after -- but don't try this at home

Morton Capital weathered five years of rough seas but ultimately the misfortunes of its original bank owners accrued to his benefit

October 31, 2013 — 8:23 PM UTC

With cash and grace, Brouwer & Janachowski attracts another $100 million firm by creating a never-say-retirement home for older RIAs

Using Seton Smoke deal as a template, the $1.1 billion RIA adds a firm helmed by a local 68-year-old

September 17, 2013 — 4:40 AM UTC

Fidelity's M&A program reload looks 'game-changing' after it partners with a middleman to get Uncle Sam to guarantee RIA deals

The piece de resistance is a maverick-owned North Carolina bank with an RIA-savvy ex-Schwabbie and software that fights SBA red tape

June 20, 2013 — 5:53 AM UTC

Schwab 2013 RIA M&A data show hope but also futility

David DeVoe and Mark Hurley weigh in on just exactly what is and isn't working

May 3, 2013 — 4:38 AM UTC

Mark Hurley drops a new wealth management prognosis on the industry with a zero-sum flavor

With the best clients aging, RIA business will be shaped by how about 2,000 'tweener' firms react to fast-deteriorating business conditions

April 29, 2013 — 6:06 PM UTC

Mark Hurley's comeback to Veres: Fiduciary Network is investing millions in wealth management businesses -- it's just that few in the industry make the grade

Veres has 'concocted' a conflict-of-interest, says Hurley

April 4, 2011 — 2:35 PM UTC