RIABiz turns seven, with a central new 'problem'
With our inauspicious 2009 start year long gone, we see the chance to achieve a bigger destiny as RIAs rise and legacy publications embrace pay-for-play content models
Congratulations. It took a lot of hard work.
Congratulations on turning seven and continuing to publish good, insightful material. Well done and here’s to another seven.
RIABiz has been a staple for me since I came across the site in early 2010. I have learned a lot from the articles and I think it helped shape the position I’m in today. When I came across the site, I was working as a Director for a TAMP, bX Asset Management, a subsidiary of brokersXpress. Once our parent company was acquired, I continued to stay on top of the latest developments in technology and industry trends through this website. When it was time to move independent again, the infrastructure and vendors I had in mind were brought to light to me through RIABiz. There are many of us who find much of this information very useful in building our practices and preparing for the future. The independent analysis is also key. Congratulations on the milestone and keep up the great work.
Congratulations. I’ve been reading since the beginning. Still finding great value.
Wow, recalling your 1-yr anniversary story, well, I’m feeling old! Congratulations Brooke and the expanding RIABiz team. Thanks for keeping us abreast of the latest exciting RIA happenings, digging in deeper than most other outlets and for keeping the industry honest.
Brooke you are the maestro. You and your team ask good questions and get to the bottom of the story.
Thanks and Happy Anniversary
RIA Biz is an exception to the rule In an era where real, insightful news is scarce or hard to find in the minefields of clickbait headlines on many 'news’ sites. What your 'super powers’ are—- your deep knowledge of the industry, your willingness to invest the time into research and writing deep and revealing articles, and your prosaic article intro’s which help provide context, and sometimes intrigue. I’m fortunate to be a corporate neighbor to RIA Biz and often see Brooke walking the dog or Frank on in his private office (ie sidewalks in downtown Mill Valley). Keep up the great work and the journalistic integrity.
Congratulations Brooke! We wish you the best and look forward to the next seven years.
So happy to see this, Brooke, and to be associated with such an outstanding publication and business. Hats off to you guys for charting and staying the course. Even from thousands of miles away and deluged by materials I always keep my eye on your pieces! Much continued success!
Top Executive: Brooke Southall