Articles tagged "MarketCounsel"


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After BNY Mellon buys $2.7-billion Silicon Valley RIA, it files suit against four former staffers who file swift-uppercut countersuit

Four former Atherton Lane advisors form Lyell Wealth Management and say they never promised anything to their employer's acquirng mega-bank

September 27, 2016 — 8:07 PM UTC

In search of a 'mind-set' shift, $2.2 billion Wichita team tunneled out of Morgan Stanley -- taking absolutely no chances with the guards

Despite the team's three-decade age span, the Morgan Stanley veterans shared a vision for a practice -- one without a roll-up, outsourcer or dictates from New York.

September 19, 2016 — 6:30 PM UTC

In exclusive RIABiz interview, Dawn Bennett tells how she's striking back at SEC after a $4-million legal drubbing has left her 30-year career in shambles

The advisor and popular radio host has hired the 'London Whale' attorney to prove she and her firm were victims of a regulatory witch hunt

August 1, 2016 — 4:52 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

LPL Financial dumps FSI then goes full swank on lobbying office -- but legislative agendas of FSI and LPL don't reveal any divide

The big broker-dealer stopped paying dues to the Financial Service Institute but it'll pay up for hot offices near the White House

June 8, 2016 — 10:19 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

With a nod to OSJ power and DOL rumblings, Gladstone convenes 100 advisors in Philly

10 OSJs walk into a room and the rest is silence for 90 locked-out attendees

May 23, 2016 — 4:22 PM UTC

After being jostled by a lawsuit, CFP Board makes bold play to inoculate itself against future ones

Due caution or paranoia? Either way, a sour whiff of FINRA self-protectionism pervades

March 25, 2016 — 9:32 PM UTC

With a reminiscent fire, Elliot Weissbluth personally leads a new charge to buy RIAs

The CEO of HighTower, with a big assist from Liz Nesvold and a $150 million line of credit, is on the prowl for large practices

March 18, 2016 — 4:44 AM UTC

RIA advocates cry foul after international media pick up on U. of Chicago study labeling shady stock brokers as 'investment advisers'

Investment Adviser Association issues urgent press release; authors offer defense that Brian Hamburger finds hard to swallow

March 4, 2016 — 11:40 PM UTC