How an eclectic trio of RIA custodians are willfully gaining ground with snail-like precision -- Part 2 of 3
Lazarus-like RBC has another new leader, as does Trust Company of America and Shareholders Service Group, which is selling itself as a Pershing reseller of high security, but with more agile service
Annuities are reviled for a reason, because they pad brokers pockets more often than providing growth to investors. Of course advisors love them, they make them rich! There is the business of making money and there is the responsibility to do the right thing. I think Trust Company dropped the ball by going into annuities.
Six months after 'Nitrogen' reboot, Aaron Klein pulls rip cord on CEO job but will stay on board to jumpstart quest for $1-billion valuation under hand-picked replacement
The Nitrogen CEO is still the largest 'individual' shareholder and promises not to start a new company but he's already launched a side-hustle consultancy
November 15, 2023 at 3:24 AM
After Riskalyze raised a pile of cash, it went shopping for a chief technology officer and found him at Apex Clearing
The Auburn, Calif., risk software maker is undergoing a shift to enterprises and nabs Josh Gray from the Dallas firm.
August 10, 2022 at 2:25 AM
Riskalyze replaces Lori Hardwick with Laurie Schultz at board chair and publicly tells her -- and the RIA industry -- it's moved the goalposts to a $1-billion valuation
The Auburn, Calif., firm's new chair already took one risk software firm to unicorn status and promises to 'do what it takes.'
November 24, 2021 at 11:12 PM
Lori Hardwick steps down as AI Labs president and steps up as a gunslinging paladin for Riskalyze and other firms in new gig economy consulting role
The co-founder went to the Tiburon CEO Summit in April and came away with four big consulting gigs that morphed into a new career