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Apex Clearing adds Ron Fiske to its Pershing mafia as it plays bigger for emerging asset class -- RIA digital

Fiske departs Envestnet to rejoin Apex CEO William Capuzzi, a former Pershing colleague, to build on Apex 'big league' success as custodian for firms like Betterment and Wealthfront

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Ron Fiske: I thought I’d be there the rest of my career.

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Behind the scenes, Ben Harrison's rise to replace Mark Tibergien at Pershing was more shock and awe than a symphonic succession

Harrison's appointment was baked in the cake -- or not -- and Tibergien departed with Swiss-watch precision in Moss Adams-style--or not.

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What to make of Pershing CEO Lisa Dolly's surprise exit and the sped-up entry of 35-year Pershing veteran Jim Crowley

When Dolly and Lori Hardwick were promoted, bing, bing, in 2016, Pershing experienced a lift but here comes 'charismatic' and 'RIA-familiar' Jim Crowley

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Envestnet just named an ESG head to meld 'wellness,' 'The Intelligent Financial Life' and 'sustainable investing' into a single nirvana -- that starts outside of the product realm

Ron Ransom earned CEO Bill Crager's trust as chief business development officer and now will define how Envestnet conducts itself as a global citizen and vendor of wellness.

July 27, 2022 at 2:27 AM

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MarketCounsel | Hamburger Law Firm
Consulting Firm, Compliance Expert, Legal Services for RIAs
Top Executive: Brian Hamburger

Pershing Advisor Solutions
Asset Custodian
Top Executive: Mark Tibergien

Envestnet Inc
Top Executive: Jud Bergman

Will Sharp

Will Sharp

February 9, 2017 — 1:25 AM
As a current robo-advised fin-tech client of Apex, their technology and prowess is OVERRATED! They screw up routine transactions, claim they have it fixed, screw it up again, and 'round we go. They promise improvements, to follow up and never ever deliver. Yup, they are just like the big 4 custodians (Fidelity, Schwab, et. al.). They just specialize in screwing up robo-advisors!
Stephen Winks

Stephen Winks

February 12, 2017 — 4:04 PM
A new disruptive, faster, better, cheaper business model in advisory services is emerging. It is not just about ROBOs but prudent process, advanced technology, accountability for every recommendation ever made, authentication back to objective, non-negotiable fiduciary criteria and the professional standing of the advisor. New leadership is required and the APEX slate is clean without cultural impediment. Look for the APEX announcement of a more modern approach to portfolio construction that facilitates continuous, comprehensive counsel--not possible in conventional brokerage or TAMPs, which will attract serious advisors interested in achieving professional standing in advisory services. The room for innovation in a marketplace resistant to change. SCW


December 29, 2018 — 12:26 PM

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