Articles tagged "Eliza De Pardo"
The classic RIA era is sputtering and firms must 'decentralize,' hiring non-advisors to specialize, new Cerulli report shows, or RIAs will 'limp along,' a second consultant says
RIA principals have killed Wall Street with semi-solo shops -- only 35% have 'specialized staff' -- but the comfort zone must evolve for growth
January 13, 2024 at 2:24 AM
RIAs need to race to zap COLAs, install incentives ahead of December performance reviews or face ramifications magnified by spiraling inflation and low morale
Paying staff too little, or too much, is always a risk, but 8% inflation and 20% dip in asset-based revenues from markets magnifies the downside potential of a cost-of-living default alienating talent or killing profits
November 29, 2022 at 12:02 AM
Fidelity's strategy to own the financial advice business by owning 'a crazy lot of people' is heading for 28,000 hires in two years
Hiring 16,600 people last year just whetted the $11-trillion Boston company's appetite to make 12,000 more hires in a play to be a category killer in finance.
May 12, 2022 at 3:14 AM
Michael Kitces asks Eliza De Pardo if the $1.5 million RIA revenue threshold is a wall that ends the honeymoon; Short (inconclusive) answer: Yes, but...
The New York City RIA consultant sugarcoats nothing and provides sweetly precise numbers, and stresses that money can't buy enthusiasm.
November 16, 2021 at 6:48 PM
James Surowiecki has lessons for RIAs about marketing's mushy middle
New Yorker writer warns against the amorphous marketing blob that GM and Dell succumbed to